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Re-think on bus changes following public consultation

October 3, 2019

A public consultation on proposed changes to bus routes in Liverpool city centre has now led to the publication of revised plans. Earlier this year, Merseytravel, Liverpool City Council and…

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Consultation re-launched following questionnaire confusion

October 3, 2019

Central Bedfordshire Council has amended its public consultation over dog control and public drinking orders in response to feedback from residents about the clarity of one of the survey questions.…

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IRP says controversial NHS reconfiguration “should proceed without further delay”

October 3, 2019

Matt Hancock has given a controversial A&E reconfiguration the green light following almost a decade of delays. Under the plans, Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust’s emergency department at the Princess…

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Irish State faces legal challenge over environmental issue

October 3, 2019

TCI Commentary: The international reach of the Public Consultation phenomenon continues, with news that fracking has given rise to a major dispute about a development in the Shannon estuary on…

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Councillors argue CCG merger requires consultation

September 27, 2019

Doctors across Shropshire voted 42 to two to support the “merger” of the county’s two clinical commissioning groups. Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire’s CCGs have committed to dissolve and form…

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Health bosses accused by Councillors of “lack of transparency”

September 27, 2019

Frustrated councillors have accused health bosses of a “lack of transparency” over plans to close a Kent unit for violent dementia patients as the campaign gets backing from a celebrity.…

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Council to consider abortion buffer zone after Ealing won in the Appellate Court last month

September 27, 2019

tCI Commentary: Could this be the beginning of many councils looking to make the same changes as Ealing, following their success in both the High Court and the Appellate Court?…

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5,000+ sign petition against building homes on greenbelt

September 27, 2019

A petition over proposals to build 1,300 homes on Wolverhampton green belt has reached more than 5,000 signatures. The proposals for the Seven Cornfields site has caused a huge public…

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Is it ever right to ‘name and shame’ a public consultation?

September 27, 2019 By

In our newsletter two weeks ago, we published an article under the title “The worst consultation narrative of the year?” It featured proposals for service changes affecting the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton and unsurprisingly…

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