Body enlists policy advice

November 2009
Planning (14672073);11/13/2009, Issue 1844, p6
The article focuses on the appointment of Cooper Partnership, Environ, MVA and Thomson Ecology by Natural England to give opinion on the schemes having a direct impact on the natural environment. According to MVA director of environmental planning Peter George, the company's aim is to promote a strong working relationship with transport and environmental professionals. Moreover, he added that this helps improve skills in the process of decision-making.


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