Skip to content

Keep In The Loop

To be kept up to date with the latest news, events and information from The Consultation Institute please complete your details using the form below. 

Looking for Industry News?

We have a dedicated section on our website which features useful articles and news direct from the industry. Updated regularly with new resources specially selected by our team of experts.

Planning and infrastructure- different approaches and unanswered questions

April 8, 2020 By

As the coronavirus continues to change the way we live and work, we are beginning to see the first moves to compensate for the changes it is forcing upon us.…

Read more

Gov admits drilling permit process was ‘unlawful’

April 8, 2020

UK government admits BP drilling permit process was unlawful. Greenpeace will now apply to have BP’s permit quashed on climate grounds. The government admits that it acted unlawfully in granting…

Read more

Coronavirus: Lack of engagement with DPOs ‘has led to bad policies’

April 7, 2020

The government is facing claims that its continuing and repeated refusal to consult with disabled people’s organisations (DPOs) has contributed to its failure to protect disabled people’s rights in responding…

Read more

The resurgence of the experts? What impact on consultations?

April 6, 2020 By

Right in the middle of the current health emergency, many commentators have observed that at a time of national crisis, people tend to cling to the words of people they…

Read more

Council to challenge Gov over landlord licensing decision

April 6, 2020

Liverpool City Council is to apply for a Judicial Review of the Government’s decision not to renew its life-saving Landlord Licensing scheme. The legal challenge has been filed with the…

Read more

Government warning- don’t try and push through changes using coronavirus as cover

April 3, 2020 By

One of the warnings the Institute gave in our Coronavirus emergency advice, and that has been repeated by our associates, is that public bodies should not attempt to use the…

Read more

Deregistered college loses case but raises consultation questions for regulators

April 3, 2020 By

Introduction It is the nature of regulation that it sometimes becomes necessary for decisions to be taken and for organisations to lose their status and sometimes their livelihoods. This case highlights…

Read more

DfE urged to postpone live consultation into unregulated supported accommodation

April 2, 2020

Sector leaders, charities supporting care leavers and looked-after children and children’s rights organisations have said ploughing ahead with reforms based on the outcome of the consultation, which is due to…

Read more

How effective might online consultation be amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?

April 2, 2020 By

The Institute is an advocate of online public engagement and consultation and has successfully helped many organisations implement effective online methods into their consultation process. However, the Institute has previously…

Read more
Scroll To Top