Turning Cheshire into two unitary authorities unwise says study

Turning Cheshire into two unitary authorities could be unwise, research from think-tank the Centre for Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures says. The study says using travel-to-work flows to make the case for carving up the council shows a "simplistic" understanding of economic relationships. The study is at www.regen.net/doc.

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