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Islington Council faces legal action over “draconian” traffic restrictions following protests

October 5, 2020

Islington Council is facing legal action following months of protests against what residents describe as “draconian” new traffic restrictions implemented during lockdown. A pre-action protocol letter, which has been sent to…

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Huge tower block with 133 flats will be built on Fulham’s Clem Attlee Estate despite residents’ objections

October 5, 2020

A new tower block with “100 per cent affordable housing” has been given the green light in Fulham despite opposition from a local planning barrister. The 20-storey tower with 133…

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COUNCIL: Major investigation after fracking consultation document was changed

October 5, 2020

TCI Commentary The way we say things is important. In consultations, giving the right information can be critical and a quick glance at our legal case library reveals several occasions…

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Infrastructure consultations going digital? Tales from this year’s Waterfront Conference

October 5, 2020 By Article

By my reckoning, last Thursday’s Waterfront conference on Consultation and Stakeholder engagement for Infrastructure was my fifth consecutive appearance as Guest Chair of this event. It is normally held in…

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The Week in Parliament

October 2, 2020 By Article

An MP, a Peer and a Journalist walk into a Parliamentary Bar at 10:01. The bar tender welcomes them in then ten minutes later kicks them out. Can you work…

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How far I’ll go – Where lies the onus to reach out to consultees?

October 2, 2020 By Article

Last week, we wrote about the Government’s procedurally woeful response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation. In our piece, we identified that it was a controversial consultation, and whatever the…

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Controversial A38 bus and cycle lane in Northfield ‘will be reviewed’

October 2, 2020 Consultation News

A Controversial new combined bus and cycle lane on the main A38 from Northfield to Birmingham city centre is being reviewed after causing uproar among local residents. Campaigner Gemma Cartwright…

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Revised Edinburgh traffic plans ‘still need public consultation’

October 2, 2020 Consultation News

A RAFT of changes have been made to the controversial proposals for Scotland’s first Low Traffic Neighbourhood in East Craigs – but critics say a full public consultation is still…

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Council announces slavery names consultation

October 2, 2020 Consultation News

Lambeth council today (1 October) launched its planned consultations on what to do about names and places in the borough with links to slavery and colonialism. It warned that the…

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