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Banned Council Terms

by mbishop | March 20, 2009 | No Comments

According to this BBC article there is a list of 200 words which the Local Government Association says should not be used by councils. A bit worrying that the term spatial is on the list…

Anyway here is a bit of blurb on Stratus, carefully crafted from banned terms

Stratus is the ambassador for streamlined spatial strategic priorities. It allows stakeholders to leverage synergies for a quick win. Stratus can fast-track resource allocation and revenue streams with cross-fertilisation. Citizen empowerment and cohesive communities are a step change for community engagement.

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