Question 5

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Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 19

Received: 13/10/2014

Respondent: Mr R H Tattersall

Representation Summary:

Yes, MOST DEFINITELY

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 20

Received: 15/10/2014

Respondent: Jane Freer

Representation Summary:

Yes, I think that the Council should continue to notify all those who have commented on a planning application about the date and time of the relevant Planning Committee, so that their voices may be heard directly. Website information in addition would also be helpful.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 26

Received: 20/10/2014

Respondent: The Environment Agency

Representation Summary:

Yes

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 35

Received: 24/10/2014

Respondent: Ms Caroline Pick

Representation Summary:

Yes, absolutely. It is important that people are given the opportunity to make representations. If they have gone to the trouble of commenting they should definitely be given this opportunity.
I am surprised at how few types of application require neighbour notification. Site notices and newspaper advertisments may not be seen by some people with disabilities. Equalities issues should be taken into account in all consultations.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 36

Received: 26/10/2014

Respondent: Mrs Rosemary. Black

Representation Summary:

Yes

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 38

Received: 27/10/2014

Respondent: Mr Robert Edgson

Representation Summary:

Yes.The process alerts interested parties who may not be aware of the application and allows them to make comment and be involved.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 45

Received: 29/10/2014

Respondent: CPRE Leicestershire

Representation Summary:

Certainly. It is importance that people have the opportunity to take part in the democratic process. Those commenting desrve to be given this opportunity.
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Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 55

Received: 06/11/2014

Respondent: Mr John Martin

Representation Summary:

Yes.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 63

Received: 06/11/2014

Respondent: BURTON OVERY Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Most definitely yes.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 66

Received: 14/11/2014

Respondent: KIBWORTH BEAUCHAMP Parish Council

Representation Summary:

A definite yes. If contact details include email and/or mobile number then the information could be sent electronically.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 75

Received: 19/11/2014

Respondent: LAUGHTON Parish Meeting

Representation Summary:

All those who have submitted comments should be given the opportunity to speak at Committee. Most people have very strong views and should be heard.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 83

Received: 20/11/2014

Respondent: LUTTERWORTH TOWN COUNCIL Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Yes

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 92

Received: 20/11/2014

Respondent: Mr Hayward Underhill

Agent: Mr Hayward Underhill

Representation Summary:

All those making representations should be given the opportunity to speak at committee. Please publish the criteroin for categories of delegated powers. The public should be confident that the system does not undermine the democratic process.

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 130

Received: 21/11/2014

Respondent: TUR LANGTON Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Not necessarily so long as it is transparent on the website that the people submitting comments need to keep an eye on the website to get the information or you could have a way of the person requesting notification about the time and date of the meeting rather than the information being forwarded to everyone who submitted a comment

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 142

Received: 11/11/2014

Respondent: Mrs Rachel Root

Representation Summary:

Yes

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 149

Received: 21/11/2014

Respondent: Thurnby And Bushby Society

Representation Summary:

Yes

Comment

Consultation draft Statement of Community Involvement

Representation ID: 171

Received: 21/11/2014

Respondent: THURNBY AND BUSHBY Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Yes certainly. While there is a cost involved in this, it is crucial that those who have commented (for or against) should be notified. At the very least, Parish Councils as consultees should be informed. It was regrettable that this practice was stopped without notice or consultation - fortunately, following representations by Parish Councils, it was reinstated.