The hard way can be the best way

Two councils' visionary - and unique - approach to planning for waste and minerals has meant that 100,000 new homes will benefit from their holistic and localised approach in perpetuity.

by Alison Carter
Localism: future needs were explained to the public using various models and manned exhibitions (Image credit: Cambridgeshire County Council)
Localism: future needs were explained to the public using various models and manned exhibitions (Image credit: Cambridgeshire County Council)

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