MIDIT'S STRATEGIC PLAN

The objective of MIDIT's Strategic Plan is to promote the implementation of a consensual local development strategy in the territory of the Commonwealth. This strategy is the result of the evaluation and diagnosis process that has been carried out during the 2018-2019 period. The conclusions of the evaluation detected that it is necessary to reinforce and work to improve the culture of cooperation, orient the economic activity of the territory with new trends, the difficulty of making visible the elements of value of the territory, the lack of integration of the values ​​of the territory. territory and specifically the valorization of the sea-mountain binomial, and the lack of participation and communication between the key agents of the Commonwealth. This process of reflection, evaluation and criticism have identified three strategic lines that are transversal and not sectoral. The socioeconomic fabric of the municipalities that make up the Commonwealth shares the capacity to face the consequences of dependence on the nuclear sector and the challenges of the productive fabric on competitiveness and cooperation. The strengthening of strategic sectors such as tourism, the agri-food sector, or the technology sector through existing industrial estates and projects to attract talent in the territory continue to be key, but a transversal vision of the economic sectors must be given to face the development of the municipalities that make up MIDIT.

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1 COOPERATION

  • Low self-esteem of territory
  • Lack of private leadership in the territory
  • Little culture of cooperation in the territory and between the municipalities themselves
  • Local public services at risk from future revenue from external sources
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2 COMPETITIVENESS

  • Decrease in gross disposable household income, GVA and GDP per capita related to the economic crisis
  • Precariousness of jobs
  • Limited supply of vocational training cycles. They do not adapt to the needs of the business fabric
  • Temporalization of the hiring in the territory
  • Tendency towards the concentration of economic activity in the services sector.
  • Lack of available housing
  • Lack of commercial premises
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3 VALUATION OF THE TERRITORY

  • Lack of a renewable energy development model and management of the ecological transition
  • Lack of a landscape management model
  • Lack of a consensual and specific tourism model. High seasonality of tourist season
  • Depopulation of interior nuclei
  • Lack of relief to the agri-food sector
  • Lack of recognition of the agri-food sector
  • Aging of the population. There are areas more problematic than others. Coast vs inland
  • Deregulation of renewable energy policies
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