Statement of Community Involvement Review

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Sarah Platts - Kent County Council 09 Apr 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 67
Appendix 1 – Consultation bodies The County Council welcomes continued engagement with the District Council on planning matters and that reasonable timescales continue to be provided to formulate a response where required. In respect of the County Council's preferred method of consultation, KCC would request that contact and communication is by email (or online as appropriate) as this is the most efficient means of being kept informed and providing comments/feedback. The County Council would
Geoff Orton - Margate Civic Society 09 Apr 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 71
Civic Voice (the National Federation of Civic Societies) brought this consultation to MCS's notice and it was referred to the committee. I am afraid to say that there was little enthusiasm given a prevailing scepticism as to the efficacy of such Statements which are seen as a minimal 'tick box' concession to central government diktat. Nevertheless it would be a dereliction of community obligation not to comment despite a sense of futility surrounding the enterprise which I trust is to be unwarra
Neil Prett 09 Apr 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 72
The Government have messed up with the local planning with the algorithms. They now want more houses to be built in the North. Hopefully this will mean less building on our green fields? The Council have now got to sell derelict sites and brown field plots. Think water, doctors, schools, hospitals, food.
Tamzyn Janes - Southern Water 01 Apr 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 22
Thank you for inviting Southern Water to comment on the updated Statement of Community Involvement. We have reviewed the document and have no comments. Please keep us informed of progress.
Denise Johnson - Birchington PC 31 Mar 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 24
Introduction 1. Birchington Parish Council (the Council) is pleased to offer this response to the consultation by Thanet District Council (TDC) about its updated Statement of Community Involvement (SCI). The Council hopes that its response, along with all the other responses received by TDC will be carefully considered and reflected in the final document. Summary 2. The Statement of Community Involvement is a disappointment. 3. It sets sound and promising objectives but fails to fulfil the prom
Sharon Jenkins - Natural England 11 Mar 2021

Statement of Community Involvement Review - Consultation Draft General

  • Comment ID: 23
Thank you for your consultation request on the above dated and received by Natural England on 23rd February 2021. Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development. We are supportive of the principle of meaningful and early engagement of the general community, community organisations and statutory