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Early lockdown disability support service closure criticised by Ombudsman after consultation failings

November 26, 2021 By Article

In the early phases of the pandemic, around the first lockdown in March 2020, almost every part of the country had to make changes to the way it operated. The…

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Another LTN court case- but wait! This time it’s the other way round…

November 26, 2021 By Article

Back in September, we wrote an article asking whether life was going out of cases against low traffic neighbourhoods. The themes, we said, were becoming stale and the cases becoming…

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Guest Article: The Assembling of Humans and More Than Humans?

November 26, 2021 Article

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” In relation to the climate emergency, Albert Einstein’s quote makes total sense. So…

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Guest Article: Supporting Community Engagement need not cost the Earth.

November 26, 2021 Article

How Newcastle Upon Tyne’s Shieldfield Strategic Plan Supports Green Consultation and Engagement Photograph taken at the event by Matt Denham © 2021. Following on from COP26, we are left in…

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Do you feel the registrain?

November 22, 2021 By Article

I’m quite happy to register to use a digital service if there is a good reason for it.  However, in an attempt to reduce the burden of remembering numerous different…

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Guest Article: It’s not the climate engagement; it’s how you use it

November 22, 2021 Article

As the furore around COP26 fades, those working in public policy will undoubtedly be thinking about their organisation’s climate response and what happens next. If you work for an organisation…

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Guest Article: Tower Hamlets – Journey toward Net Zero

November 22, 2021 Article

The Climate Emergency The London Borough of Tower Hamlets was one of the first councils in the country to declare a climate emergency and set an ambitious target to reach…

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End of the line – should the Government have consulted on cancellation of the HS2 eastern leg?

November 19, 2021 By Article

The HS2 rail link, as with many significant infrastructure projects, has been intensely controversial, and incessantly consulted upon. A search of the UK Government website reveals 57 consultations directly resulted…

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Somerset schools back in court – but this time the Council is the defendant

November 17, 2021 By Article

In July last year we wrote about a legal challenge to a decision by the South West Regional Schools Commissioner to grant academy status to Swanmead Community School, something which…

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