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Consultation on the Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) for Gloucestershire – 2nd Review

The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) for Gloucestershire is a statutory planning document that sets out the consultation and engagement methods used by the County Council in preparing plans and determining planning applications. It explains who, when and how residents, interest groups, organisations, businesses and other representatives will be involved.

The County Council has carried out a 2nd review of the current adopted SCI for Gloucestershire. This has resulted in the preparation of draft revised SCI document. A consultation on the draft revised SCI document is happening between 9am Monday 7th October and 5pm Friday 6th December 2019.

How can I view the consultation?

See supporting documents below

Hard copies of the consultation document can also be viewed during normal office hours at: –

  • The County Council Main Reception  at Shire Hall, off Westgate Street, Gloucester; GL1 2TG
  • Main Borough, City and District Council offices in Gloucestershire;
  • Gloucestershire’s public libraries

How can I comment?

You can enter your representations here using ‘Consult: Gloucestershire’ online consultation system. If you have received a notification from us regarding the consultation, but have forgotten your login details, please contact us via m-wplans@gloucestershire.gov.uk  or 01452 425668 and we can reset your details.  If you are a new consultee you will need to register on the system as we are unable to accept anonymous comments.

Comments can also be made by email to: m-wplans@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Alternatively, postal representations can be submitted to: ‘Statement of Community Involvement consultation 2019’, Minerals & Waste Policy, Strategic Infrastructure, Gloucestershire County Council, Shire Hall, Gloucester, GL1 2TH

However, all representations outside of the ‘Consult: Gloucestershire’ system must include all of the following information: –

  • Who is responsible for the representation? (e.g. an individual’s name, on behalf of an organisation or an agent on behalf of a client);
  • The postal address of a respondent and / or contact e-mail address; and
  • Which part / paragraph of the draft revised SCI document does your representation relate.

What happens next?

All comments received during the consultation period will be carefully considered during the remainder of 2019 and may be incorporated into a final version of the revised SCI document. Before the revised SCI document can come in force it will need to be formally adopted by the County Council

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