Study into service delivery choice in isolated areas

The government's agenda to create more service delivery choice in isolated areas is to be investigated by the Commission for Rural Communities. The study will cover implications for rural transport, service provision funding and whether the private sector will help to meet costs. It will take an overview of issues for service users and providers and will look in detail at policies for secondary schools and health care. The investigation should be complete by next summer.

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