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Anne Selby of the North West Regional Assembly, which wrote the report, said: "If every country consumed natural resources at the rate the UK does we would need three planets to live on.
The West Cheshire-North East Wales Sub Regional Spatial Strategy has been put together by theWelsh Assembly Government, North West Regional Assembly, Cheshire, Flintshire and Denbighshire county councils, Wrexham County Borough Council, Chester City Council, Ellesmere Port and Neston Borough Council, and Merseyside Policy Unit.
So far, just two public sector organisations have taken part - the British Transport Police (north-west) and the North West Regional Assembly - though this is expected to increase rapidly.
COMMONS watchdogs warned the government that demands for a strong elected north west regional assembly may not fade.
The North West Regional Assembly (NWRA), in the two years of its existence, has not had its accounts signed off by auditors, yet still meets to decide who gets a bridge or who won't get a tram.
Byline: IAN HERNON Political Correspondent MERSEYSIDE'S top champion of a north west regional assembly today conceded defeat.
Byline: Dan Oxley IT WAS good to read that John Pugh, Lib-Dem MP for Southport, is critical of the secretive and the undemocratic nature of the North West Regional Assembly in its recommendations to allocate more funds to Manchester than to Liverpool.
MERSEYSIDE'S top champion of a north west regional assembly today conceded defeat.