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Richard Thompson - CPRE - Kent… 09 Apr 2021

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  • Comment ID: 51
Paragraph 3.4 - The sentiment of this paragraph is at odds with the intention to potentially charge an administration fee to process representations on planning matters. That is, it is hard to agree that the Council truly does want to ensure that everybody has the opportunity to get involved with planning decisions when it is also seeking to charge for their right to do so. It is also the case that the charging of any fee, or even the threat of a charge, will clearly further dissuade underrepre
Sarah Platts - Kent County Council 09 Apr 2021

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  • Comment ID: 62
The County Council suggests that reference is made to the need for compliance with the Government's accessibility requirements for public sector bodies.1 https://www.gov.uk/guidance/accessibility-requirements-for-public-sector-websites-and-apps
Gill Gray - Westgate on Sea To… 08 Apr 2021

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  • Comment ID: 41
No comment on this section.
Penelope Wells 05 Apr 2021

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  • Comment ID: 36
How will you measure effectiveness of participation? How have you done this in the past? Do you have evidence of geater engagement due to this SCI ?
Denise Johnson - Birchington PC 31 Mar 2021

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  • Comment ID: 26
14. The Council supports the statement that arrangements should 'ensure that everybody has the opportunity to get involved with planning decisions to get a good balance of views'. 15. Delivering on this statement will be complex and challenging. 16. The general list of ways to engage set out in paragraph 3.4 is nonspecific and appears not to be based on any empirical assessment of the effectiveness of methods of communication for the respective groups. 17. A clearer assessment of 'hard to reach,
Helen Scott-Cooper 11 Mar 2021

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  • Comment ID: 8
This seems to be aimed at th etc?e few rather than the many. Why are consultations not being conducted through, food banks, community groups, community centres