In the Rural White Paper (2000) the Government undertook to 'rural proof’ its policies, to ensure that they did not have adverse effects on rural areas. A research project conducted in the East Midlands identified that the Government department from which the policy emanates should ensure rural proofing happens throughout the delivery chain. This research note summarises the main findings from the project.
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