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By law all comments are open to public inspection as they form part of the statutory register for
planning applications. Unless you specify otherwise when you finish your comment and submit it, we will
redact your name and address and postcode. Certain other types of personal data you provide, such as
your email address and signature, will be automatically redacted.
Please note that the comments you make
are in an open text box. This means that they will be visible to the public at large. Therefore, do not
put any sensitive data (such as health or financial information) in this box which you do not want to be
revealed to the public. Likewise, if you do not want your name and address revealed, do not write them
in the text box.
Reason for commenting
I am commenting as
Organisation or company name
Comments from organisations or companies are not subject to the Data Protection Act 2018 and the name of your
organisation will be displayed on the Council's website.
Data Protection Act 2018 information
Comments are published anonymously on the Council's website until a planning decision or, if applicable, an
appeal decision has been made. A redacted version of your comment will be available under FOI requests for
10 years, after which time it will be deleted.
With your permission we will include your address when we publish your comments.
With your permission your comments will remain on the website after a planning decision has been made and will be permanently available under FOI requests.
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