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Public Consultation

Planning applications have the opportunity to shape the places communities are able to enjoy. Therefore, for many schemes, particularly larger developments, applicants are expected to conduct public consultation prior to the submission of a planning application.

Public consultations can be varied depending on the development being proposed and the communities it can impact. This usually includes distributing information about the prospective development to local residents and businesses to receive feedback on the scheme.

Public consultation can also involve arranging events to bring members of the community and other stakeholders together to inform them about the development and receive live-feedback.

Many Councils now require a Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) to be submitted with a planning application, to demonstrate how the views of the local community have been sought and taken into account in the formulation of development proposals.

Viable Placemaking have extensive experience conducting public consultation within the planning process and preparing SCIs, including for major/strategic planning applications and local development plan evidence base reports.

If you would like more information on how Viable Placemaking can assist with public consultation or support your development more generally, please don't hesitate to get in touch.


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