Development plans: Making the most of joint working

A consultancy's involvement in preparing for examination of a joint waste core strategy for four authorities in the South West has provided a wealth of useful lessons.

by Jonathan Manning
West of England: administrative boundaries for unitary authorities do not necessarily represent the spatial factors affecting waste management (Image credit: ERM)
West of England: administrative boundaries for unitary authorities do not necessarily represent the spatial factors affecting waste management (Image credit: ERM)

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