Prince Philip - Duke of Edinburgh

1921 - 2021

It is with deep sadness that the Council and residents have learned of the death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.

The death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Archived Statement of Community Involvement

Archived Statement of Community Involvement

​Details on the preliminary consultation which ran from March 2019 – May 2019 for the SCI can be found below.

You can also view our Response Schedule from the preliminary consultation stage which helped us to draft the consultation document:

Final Response Schedule

The Council aslo consulted last year on its ‘Charter for Public Participation’. The Charter is wider than just planning and is about making it easy for people to get involved in Council decision-making. Further details can be found on the Charter for Public Participation page

At the preliminary consultation stage, a leaflet was prepared to gather people’s views on what should be included. The leaflet below covers these three main areas and details certain public engagement tools which the Council proposes to use.


SCI leaflet

Statement of Community Involvement leaflet

The current Statement of Community Involvement document titled IPIP is detailed below. 

Involving People in Planning (IPIP) is a document that sets out how people can engage with the planning system, including planning applications, planning policy and neighbourhood plans.

The IPIP replaces the previous Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) in Planning which was approved in 2007. The adoption of IPIP took place by a key decision in December 2013.

Involving People in Planning