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Archive site - The West Midlands Leaders Board (WMLB) along with Advantage West Midlands, as the Responsible Regional Authorities, will take forward all Regional Spatial Strategy work as part of the Strategy for the West Midlands. Following the wind up of the Assembly on 31 March 2010 the WMRA website will act as an archive site from 1 April 2010, so please view the WMLB website for further information about the Strategy for the West Midlands: http://www.wmleadersboard.gov.uk/policy
The West Midlands Regional Assembly (as the Regional Planning Body) is responsible for developing and co-ordinating a strategic vision for improving the quality of life in the region. The Assembly is also responsible for setting priorities and delivering regional strategies, including the West Midlands Spatial Strategy.
The West Midlands Regional Spatial Strategy sets an ambitious agenda and covers subjects ranging from housing, economic development and the built, historic and natural environment, to renewable energy, minerals, waste and transport. The Strategy also guides the preparation of local authority development plans and local transport plans.
The Assembly established the Regional Planning Partnership to set planning priorities for the Region and aid the implementation of the West Midlands Spatial Strategy.
View more information on the Regional Spatial Strategy
Contact the planning team on 0121 245 0179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
West Midlands Regional Spatial Strategy (WMRSS) Final Update 31st March 2010 is available to view please click here.
WMRSS Phase Three Revision - To view the Interim Policy Statements and Policy Recommendations please click here.
WMRSS Phase Two Revision - For information on the Proposed Changes as of 31st March 2010 please click here.