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Title: Welsh Regional plan summary 1990/91 (Bilingual): Rhanbarth Cymru crynodob cynllun
Author: National Rivers Authority Welsh Region
Document Type: Monograph
Established on 1st September 1989, the National Rivers Authority came into being as a result of the 1989 Water Act and was created as a public body whose main task it is to protect and improve the water environment in England and Wales and provide protection against flooding from rivers and the sea. The Authoritys Head Office is in London, but its operational activities devolve on ten Regions based on the former Water Authority areas. This document, one of a set of ten, seeks to explain a tittle of Welsh Region NRAs background and show how the Authoritys national aims as set out in its 1990/91 Corporate Plan will be translated into regional action.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1991
Publication Place: Cardiff
Subject Keywords: Environment AgencyEnvironmental planningEnvironmental managementRiversWater quality
Geographic Keywords: Wales
Extent: 11
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