Local-authority trading enterprise
The 1989 legislation assigned regional councils planning and funding responsibilities, but not the transport supplier function. It required regional councils or other territorial authorities either to divest their transport assets to the private sector, or to establish a transport-related local authority trading enterprise.
- Chapter 3: 1989 Transport Legislation and its Purpose at the Wayback Machine (archived 17 May 2004)
- Definition of local authority trading enterprise (Repealed)
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