The deadline is midnight on Monday

Just a reminder, the deadline to get your response to the Issues and Options consultation to Spelthorne Council is midnight on Monday 25 June.

You can do it online at https://consult.spelthorne.gov.uk/consult.ti/Localplan/consultationHome

Or you can print off a blank response form by clicking here, complete it and return it to the Spelthorne Council offices at Knowle Green.

Whichever way you do it, get the benefit of our QC’s legal advice and read the guide by clicking here.

 

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Cast your eyes this way …

You will probably have already heard about Spelthorne’s consultation – currently under way – on the Issues and Options document of our Local Plan Review.

This is a FORMAL process and it is important that you register your views FORMALLY. Otherwise they will not be taken into account.

The process is easy – 10 questions in total.

Online

Go to https://consult.spelthorne.gov.uk/consult.ti/Localplan/consultationHome

You will be offered three ways to submit your response.

*          Respond by making comments on the consultation document

*          Respond by filling in the online questionnaire

*          Respond by uploading a response document

Responding through the Spelthorne website is the best way to respond.

However, if you find it difficult to use the online system, you can also respond on a paper document by post.

By Post

You can download the entire consultation document here, print it out and fill it in by hand.

(The questionnaire part of this document runs from page 29 to 34 at the end of the document. You can download a blank version of the questionnaire section to complete by hand  here. )

Your responses can be emailed to local.plan@spelthorne.gov.uk

Or you can post your response to:

Strategic Planning, Spelthorne Borough Council, Council Offices,

Knowle Green, Staines-upon-Thames. TW18 1XB

Suggestions

Whichever method you choose, we have drawn up a few suggestions as to how to respond, which you can download  here.

The suggested answers in this note are based on legal advice we have taken.

We have left Questions 3, 8, 9 and 10 open for any issues which you think should be raised, and any documents you wish to add to your response.

The Consultation runs for 6 weeks and closes at midnight on Monday 25 June 2018.