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Clued-up consultees give councils a SEND headache

October 11, 2019 By

This week the High Court published its judgment on the legal challenge to the Government’s funding of services for those with Special Educational Needs and Disability or SEND. It ruled…

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43,000+ : Everton FC responses double in second-stage consultation

October 11, 2019

Everton has announced the huge scale of the second stage of public consultation as a proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock edges closer. Over 43,000 people responded to the next…

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Telford’s referral fails to stop the NHS centralising at Shrewsbury

October 10, 2019 By

The latest referral Report from the IRP (Independent Reconfiguration Panel) highlights the perils of taking too long to make decisions on NHS re-configurations. Work on an acute services strategy for…

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Cost of JR prohibits group from challenging council decision

October 10, 2019

A threatened legal challenge to plans for a controversial gyratory road system in Barnsley have been dropped because of prohibitive costs, protestors have confirmed. Barnsley Council has been engulfed in…

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NHSE orders review into cost of patient transport services

October 10, 2019

NHS England has ordered a review into the cost of patient transport services and the way they are commissioned, following a string of market failures. Simon Stevens last week told…

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5000+ respond to waste and recycling consultation within first 36 hours

October 10, 2019

Flintshire Council has received thousands of completed online questionnaires in the first few days of a major consultation on how rubbish is dealt with in the county. Within the first…

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Ofsted accused of legal breach over lack of SEND consultations

October 10, 2019

Ofsted is facing accusations it breached equality laws after failing to consult any special needs organisations on its new framework before its finalised plans went out to public consultation. The…

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Who can say ‘No’ to a new hospital?

October 4, 2019 By

Government plans to spend on hospitals require extensive public involvement and consultation. Rejoice! Hang out the bunting! Pop open the champagne! Celebrate! A bright, gleaming new hospital must surely be…

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Council wrestles between engagement v consultation

October 3, 2019

tCI commentary “Is it fair to say that engagement is an informal process and consultation formal?” This was one of the questions we received this week during our Members-only webinar…

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