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The Assembly and a range of regional partners formed the Environment Partnership in June 2004. The Partnership aims to strengthen the environmental agenda at the regional level and provides a coherent regional voice and a champion for the environmental agenda. It advises on development and delivery of the environmental issues in the Regional Spatial Strategy, including waste, minerals and energy.
Regional Waste Scenarios Study, West Midlands Waste Facilities - Future Capacity Requirements, Waste Treatment Capacity Survey and the Waste Residues Report.
The Regional Aggregate Working Parties (RAWPs) provide technical advice in relation to the supply of and demand for construction aggregates (including for sand, gravel and crushed rock) to the Regional Assemblies/Regional Planning Bodies and to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) [previously First Secretary of State for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister].
West Midlands RAWP - Annual Reports
The Regional Assembly are presently updating the Regional Habitat Targets for Annex B of the West Midlands Regional Spatial Strategy. Feedback and presentations from a wrokshop held on the 22nd October 2008 can be downloaded below:
Notes of the Workshop
Bill Butcher's Presentation
For further information, please contact Chris Blakeley (telephone - 0121 678 1056)