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LGA proposes 200 words Councils should banish


The Local Government Association has written to Councils proposing 200 words which they suggest should be banned. Where necessary they suggest an intelligible alternative.

Good for them. But the LGA have some way to go in leading by example, judging by their own website. I searched "place shaping" and got 302 hits. Stakeholder got 347. Third sector 412. Interface 126. Synergies a more modest 51 but as the LGA themselves ask: "Why use at all?"


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