A draft of its development strategy for the next two decades sparked a row last year when it omitted almost any reference to environmental issues.
Greater Nottingham Health and Environmental Partnership (HEP) was asked by the council to examine how issues such as renewable energy, pollution and congestion could be included in the plan.
But now the HEP says most of its proposals for action on the environment have been ignored. Alan Simpson, chairman of the HEP, wrote to Jane Todd, the chief executive of the city council, to complain.
He said: “It would not be right for HEP to endorse something that fell so far short of most of the specific policy areas we had been looking at.”
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