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Title: Groundwater management in the North West: efficiency review and business plan: certificate in management
Author: National Rivers Authority North West Region
Document Type: Monograph
The Groundwater Efficiency Review has identified the following needs: to improve speed of response to statutory consultations to match resources to workload to focus on priority objectives to address shortfall of professional hydrogeological skills to prepare for change resulting from ENVAGE. to ensure future strength and continuity of Section (succession planning) to maintain the motivation, trust and morale of staff to maintain close liaison with areas The Vision is: To be the provider of a cost effective and efficient one-stop shop for all aspects of groundwater management and protection in the North West i.e. multi-functional (quality/quantity), which can adapt to meet the organisational challenges of ENVAGE.. That the combined skills and strengths of the Groundwater Section are such that it has the potential to make a significant contribution to the new agency, in terms of water, land and waste matters. The way we achieve this is set out as a short term Business Plan which forms the first stage of a medium/longer term strategy for achieving the vision.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: Warrington
Subject Keywords: GroundwaterWater managementRegional planningEfficiencyBusiness plans
Geographic Keywords: EA North West
Extent: 87; + appendices
Total file downloads: 31

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