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NI wind turbine challenge ‘fatally undermined’

January 10, 2020

A government department responsible for heritage sites did not go to court over a controversial planning decision at an ancient monument because its grounds for an injunction had been “fatally…

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Forecasting the impacts…

January 10, 2020

Starting a project and launching straight into a consultation without considering the likely positive and negative impact(s) of the project looks something like this… Risky. Impact assessments may not be…

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Consultation lawful despite misrepresentation of consultee views

January 10, 2020 By

Is the Rotherham case an outlier or an outrage? Last May, Mrs Justice Jefford heard what, in part, she admitted was a ‘finely balanced’ issue. The claimant was a 27-year…

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Petition demands co-design and co-production of respite centre closure options

January 9, 2020

More than 300 people have signed an e-petition against the closure of respite services for adults living with learning disabilities in Hemel Hempstead and across the county. Hertfordshire County Council…

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Pre-determination – School governors face legal challenge

January 9, 2020

Yarmouth Primary School governors have been threatened with legal action by campaigners fighting to save the school. A letter has been sent to the chair of governors Carla Bradshaw by…

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North East Council deny launching consultation – How can we increase understanding?

January 9, 2020

tCI Commentary: Consultation is not always the answer. If we over-use consultation rather than exploring other dialogue methods that might be more appropriate for a scenario, consultees may suffer from…

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Parents consider legal fight over SEND cuts

January 9, 2020

Parents of special needs children in the borough are preparing for a potential legal fight with Waltham Forest Council over cuts to education provision. The long-running row over the council’s…

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A decade of debate?

January 6, 2020 By

Is The Economist right to be optimistic about technology? Every so often, The Economist publishes one of its weighty editorials, designed for maximum influence, and chose the imminent start of the ‘Twenties’…

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NI Environment Strategy consultation extended

December 18, 2019

The deadline for responses to a discussion paper on Northern Ireland’s first ever Environment Strategy has been pushed back to 5 February 2020. With ramifications for the Northern Irish waste…

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