Cornwall Plan 2020 - 2050 | Together We Can

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In December 2020, the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board adopted the Cornwall Plan. The Plan describes what we aspire for Cornwall to be – setting out a shared vision for 2050.

The Cornwall Plan sets ambitious goals for Cornwall’s future. Recognising that no one organisation can deliver the outcomes on their own, the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board identified lead partners for each transition to coordinate our collective efforts and to ensure The Cornwall Plan is a living project, not a forgotten document:

  • The C&IoS Local Enterprise Partnership is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for a creative, carbon zero economy; and a digital revolution for sustainable living.
  • The C&IoS Local Nature Partnership is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for sustainable food, land and seas.
  • Cornwall Council is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for education, equality and entrepreneurship; and thriving places with decent homes.
  • The C&IoS Joint Health and Wellbeing Board is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for healthy, safe, resilient communities..

2022 Progress Report

The Cornwall Plan is a tool for partners to come together in a meaningful way and grapple with Cornwall’s future. The Leadership Board has committed to review progress on the Cornwall Plan each year. It is an opportunity to reflect on where we are now and where we want to go. Supporting detail can be found in the accompanying dashboard, found at the bottom of this page.

Doughnut economics

The Cornwall Plan includes an outcomes framework to measure progress towards the outcomes we want, covering all aspects of sustainable living. This was developed by a team of researchers from the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute. It uses Kate Raworth’s ‘Doughnut Economics’ model to assess the current state of social and environmental conditions across Cornwall. An update of Cornwall’s ‘doughnut’ has been included in the 2022 Progress Report.

University of Exeter’s Independent Review of the Cornwall Plan

The Annual Review of the Cornwall in 2022 consists of the 2022 Progress Report and an Independent Review of our partnership working by the University of Exeter. The final report includes recommendations on how we can further develop our Together We Can ethos and strengthen our partnerships for the goals.


In December 2020, the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board adopted the Cornwall Plan. The Plan describes what we aspire for Cornwall to be – setting out a shared vision for 2050.

The Cornwall Plan sets ambitious goals for Cornwall’s future. Recognising that no one organisation can deliver the outcomes on their own, the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Leadership Board identified lead partners for each transition to coordinate our collective efforts and to ensure The Cornwall Plan is a living project, not a forgotten document:

  • The C&IoS Local Enterprise Partnership is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for a creative, carbon zero economy; and a digital revolution for sustainable living.
  • The C&IoS Local Nature Partnership is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for sustainable food, land and seas.
  • Cornwall Council is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for education, equality and entrepreneurship; and thriving places with decent homes.
  • The C&IoS Joint Health and Wellbeing Board is the lead partner co-ordinating our collective efforts for healthy, safe, resilient communities..

2022 Progress Report

The Cornwall Plan is a tool for partners to come together in a meaningful way and grapple with Cornwall’s future. The Leadership Board has committed to review progress on the Cornwall Plan each year. It is an opportunity to reflect on where we are now and where we want to go. Supporting detail can be found in the accompanying dashboard, found at the bottom of this page.

Doughnut economics

The Cornwall Plan includes an outcomes framework to measure progress towards the outcomes we want, covering all aspects of sustainable living. This was developed by a team of researchers from the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute. It uses Kate Raworth’s ‘Doughnut Economics’ model to assess the current state of social and environmental conditions across Cornwall. An update of Cornwall’s ‘doughnut’ has been included in the 2022 Progress Report.

University of Exeter’s Independent Review of the Cornwall Plan

The Annual Review of the Cornwall in 2022 consists of the 2022 Progress Report and an Independent Review of our partnership working by the University of Exeter. The final report includes recommendations on how we can further develop our Together We Can ethos and strengthen our partnerships for the goals.


Cornwall Plan Progress Report Dashboard

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    Progress Report Dashboard 2022

    9 months ago

    Interactive dashboard visualising Cornwall's progress towards achieving the objectives set out in the Cornwall Plan:

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