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Town, person, work construction broad strategic view

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"Town, person, work construction" of Kurume-shi aims

 We cut off vicious circle, "population decline causes reduction of regional economy, and reduction of regional economy lets population decline accelerate" and stop decrease in population by establishing "work" and good circulation of "person" in district, and regaining vitality in "town", and "town, person, work construction" is approach to aim at maintaining vitality Japan society which there is.
 We aim at forming sustainable community for the future by "town, person, work construction" of Kurume-shi matching the making of city corresponding to population decline, super-aged society with conquest of population decline, and performing.

Kurume-shi district construction broad strategic view

 In Kurume-shi, "Kurume-shi population vision" which gathered up the current situation of population in Kurume-shi and the future prospects and basic direction of aim and measure for the next five years devised "Kurume-shi district construction broad strategic view" (Kurume-shi town, person, work construction broad strategic view) that gathered up concreteness-like measure based on "the town, person, work construction method". (development day: on October 30, 2015)
 We perform review of broad strategic view at any time afterwards to wrestle mainly on suggestion from project organized led by new approach and private enterprise depending on environmental change to surround city, and to find high effect including addition of item and correction of KPI.

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