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1. How are RDAs structured?

2. Who do they report to?

3. Is London Different?

4. What do they actually do?

5. What is in a Regional Economic Strategy?

6. So what does it look like on the ground?

7. Who is in charge of the RDAs?

8. How are these leaders appointed?

9. How do the RDAs work together?

10. Where does the money for the RDAs come from?

11. What is the total budget of the RDAs?

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9. How do the RDAs work together?

The Chairs meet about every 6 weeks. Meetings are arranged by the RDA National Secretariat. Each RDA agrees to champion certain aspects of the RDA agenda and is said to have a lead role on that issue. One of the Chairs acts as the 'Chair of Chairs' for a period of 6 months. At their meetings the Chairs discuss key issues that affect all the English Regional Development Agencies and consider ways in which they can advise Government to shape policy to benefit all regions. The Chairs meet regularly with Ministers to report on the work of the RDAs and raise policy issues.

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