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Documents supplied by Commission for Rural Communities

CRC Briefing Note - Strong and Prosperous Communities - The Local Government White Paper
CRC Briefing Paper - Accession Eight (A8) Migrant Workers in Rural Areas
Challenging Government to Meet Rural Needs - Rural Proofing Monitoring Report 2006
Commission for Rural Communities - Tackling Rural Disadvantage - Report of the Rural Advocate - Dr. Stuart Burgess
Commission for Rural Communities - Tackling Rural Disadvantage - Rural Insights - Assessing the Views, Concerns and Priorities of Rural England
Commission for Rural Communities - Tackling Rural Disadvantage - Rural Proofing - A Guide for the Skills Community
Community Empowerment Awards - Regional Winners 2006
Consultation Response - The Post Office Network
Energy and Climate Change Work Programme
Inquiry into the Future of England's Uplands Communities
Matthew Taylor Report on Rural Economy and Affordable Housing - Commission for Rural Communities' Response
Monitoring Rural Proofing 2007
Piloting Participatory Budgeting in Rural England
Planning for Sustainable Rural Communities - A New Agenda?
Planning for Sustainable Rural Communities - The Big Picture
Report of the Rural Advocate, 2007 - Dr Stuart Burgess
Rural Analysis NESS 2005 - Skills Development and Deficiencies in Rural England
Rural Services Standard - Fifth Progress Report 2005/06
State of the Countryside - Cash Purchases of Housing Stock
State of the Countryside 2008
State of the Countryside Update - Rural Analysis of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2007
State of the Countryside Update - Uplands
State of the Countryside Update - Working Age Benefit Claimants in Rural England - February 2000 to February 2006
State of the Countryside Update 1: Population and Migration
Sustainable Rural Accessibility - Is it Really Possible? - Thinking About Rural Transport - A 'Think-Piece' in Collaboration with Integrated Transport Planning
The Economics of Migration - Proposal from the CRC to Address the Impact and Potential Consequences of Migration on Rural Economies
The Place of 'Rural' Within Central, Regional and Local Government
Views on the Interim Statement by the Commission on Integration and Cohesion
What is the Main Industry of Employment in Rural England?
Who We are and What We Do

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