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Council faces legal challenge over oil drilling decision

November 20, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment: Legal challenges are always a nightmare for consultors, and the wise public authority is always alert to them. With the environment and ideas of a green recovery increasingly…

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Threat to reclaim funding from councils over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

November 19, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment:  We’ve been writing for a couple of weeks now about the ultimate fates of the Temporary Traffic Orders being used to implement temporary bike lanes and expanded pavements.…

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Remember to keep local OSC informed – Cllrs hit out at temporary changes

November 19, 2020 Consultation News

TCI comment: Over the years, we have written about the importance of building and maintaining a good relationship with your local overview and scrutiny, especially when controversial changes have or…

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Consult before you implement – Scottish Council urged

November 19, 2020 Consultation News

The council’s ruling SNP/Labour coalition is trying to push for a ‘low-traffic neighbourhood’ (LTN) in East Craigs, which would include road closures on Craigs Crescent, Craigs Avenue, North Gyle Road,…

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Ealing Council to consult on whether to keep controversial protest restrictions at Marie Stopes abortion clinic

November 19, 2020 Consultation News

Ealing bosses have given the go ahead for a consultation over the future of the Mattock Lane ‘safe zone’. The Public Space Protection Order surrounding the Marie Stopes abortion clinic…

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Public engagement programme: Our World Our Impact Hub on climate change

November 13, 2020 Consultation News

The Hub encourages vital conversation about the environment through a series of interactive online events, discussions, videos and challenges. The Hub will explore our five climate themes through exclusive online…

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Plans for 3,000-home new town ‘Borough Green Gardens’ suffer a ‘huge setback’

November 13, 2020 Consultation News

Plans for a brand new town near Sevenoaks have suffered a setback after Government inspectors raised “serious concerns in relation to legal compliance”. The huge site, currently known by its development name…

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Petition launched to save ‘magnificent’ Tadley oak tree

November 13, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment People do love their trees, especially when they are seen as a key part of the community, as seems to be the case in this situation in Tadley.…

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‘More traffic’ sees council ditch cycle lanes

November 13, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment In last week’s Week in Parliament we looked at the legislation behind temporary traffic orders, the mechanisms by which Local Authorities have been implementing expanded cycle lane networks,…

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Gov consultation met with harsh criticism

November 12, 2020 Consultation News

The UK government launched a consultation on proposals to ban online advertisements for foods high in fat, sugar and salt in a bid to tackle the country’s obesity crisis. The…

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