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‘Rapid Consultations’- Family Court consults on lockdown arrangements

April 16, 2020 By

Like all of us, the Courts have had to change their way of working to deal with the ongoing public health emergency. In the courts this has meant that most…

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Healthcare data sharing: “public dialogue” needed

April 16, 2020

The NHS’s 55 million patient records could be worth £5 billion per year A government organisation that provides guidance on the processing of health and adult social care data says…

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COVID-19 tCI NHS advice

April 15, 2020 By

It is clear from the news and from enquiries to the Consultation Institute that NHS organisations are needing to make rapid and emergency changes to how they deliver their services…

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Rethinking Local Engagement: Public Consultation Post COVID-19

April 15, 2020

While the nation’s primary focus has rightly been fixed on the health and wellbeing of its population, for businesses and the property industry there remains a concerted effort to maintain…

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Why the £13bn NHS debt-write-off will be good for public dialogue

April 9, 2020 By

The announcement was slipped into Matt Hancock’s Press Conference last Thursday, and made to look as if it was yet another item of Government support of the NHS at its…

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Social Media: Engaging the Online Community

April 9, 2020 By

Social media has evolved from being a storytelling platform that connects friends and families, to a valuable public engagement tool that enables consultors to engage and encourage public participation. Whether…

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Virtual planning regulations

April 8, 2020 By

Week three of the COVID-19 lockdown, and the infrastructure sector is starting to see some clarity about if, when and how planning matters may be dealt with. Community, Town and…

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Planning and infrastructure- different approaches and unanswered questions

April 8, 2020 By

As the coronavirus continues to change the way we live and work, we are beginning to see the first moves to compensate for the changes it is forcing upon us.…

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Gov admits drilling permit process was ‘unlawful’

April 8, 2020

UK government admits BP drilling permit process was unlawful. Greenpeace will now apply to have BP’s permit quashed on climate grounds. The government admits that it acted unlawfully in granting…

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