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MP continues petition to save surgeries as Havering sees closure of yet another GP

December 11, 2020 Consultation News

Recent years have seen a worrying contraction of GP and other primary health services and surgeries across the south of Havering. The latest in this is the closure or, as…

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Local plan consultation deadline extension denied

December 11, 2020 Consultation News

A row over plans for 15,000 new homes across Solihull rages on, with a last-ditch bid to force an extension to the public consultation being rejected. Green Party councillors this…

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Public engagement & consultation platforms support vaccine programme

December 11, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment: The versatility and functionality of modern engagement and consultation systems is well illustrated by this week’s announcement from Tractivity. It may not be immediately obvious, but immunising millions…

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Council could face legal action, but one resident is impressed by level of consultation

December 11, 2020 Consultation News

Disability campaigners warned the council it could face legal action over the move to pedestrianise more city centre streets. One disabled resident said the closure of some streets to traffic…

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Council to stop consulting neighbours on alcohol licensing because it causes “confusion”

December 11, 2020 Consultation News

Knowsley residents will no longer be consulted on their neighbours’ bids for alcohol licences because it is causing “confusion”, the council has said. Knowsley Council currently writes to all businesses…

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Council review reveals LTN scheme makes air pollution worse

December 7, 2020 Consultation News

Levels of car exhaust pollutant nitrogen dioxide (NO2) were measured in a report Levels were higher at 11 streets when residential roads were closed, report found Pollution levels were higher…

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Legal challenge against decision to close Grantham Hospital’s A&E unit can go ahead

December 7, 2020 Consultation News

tCI Comment: There are few issues that mobilise community campaigners as quickly as the temporary closure of the accident and emergency department at a local hospital. Changing the A&E at…

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Lambs to the slaughter? The most previewed consultation finally appears…

December 4, 2020 By Article

It is sometimes curious which consultations make most of a splash in Parliament, and the reasons they do so can be wide and varied. Most often, they appear frequently because…

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The law and unintended consequences: Controversial court opening hours consultation extension draws ire

December 4, 2020 By Article

The Coronavirus pandemic has had widespread effects across society, and nowhere is this being felt more keenly than in the justice system. The already enormous backlog of outstanding cases in…

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