Economic assessment report reveals Plymouth’s ‘deal breakers’


The results of the Economic Development Self Assessment Tool – or EDSAT – are in and there are few surprises. The “deal breakers” keeping Plymouth from reaching its economic potential are 1) slow review processes, 2) limited parking, 3) insufficient infrastructure and 4) high rents.

EDSAT, which was developed at Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, is “an analytical framework for providing practical, actionable feedback to public officials” as to the factors that are most important to businesses and developers when evaluating locations.

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