How to adapt local plan consultation in response to the Covid-19 outbreak

Councils will need to make better use of social media and online consultation methods to effectively consult on their local plans during the coronavirus crisis, say experts, but some warn that such techniques may not currently be suitable for all aspects of the process.

by Ben Kochan
Public consultation: traditional methods under strain due to coronavirus restrictions (pic: ITU pictures, Flickr)
Public consultation: traditional methods under strain due to coronavirus restrictions (pic: ITU pictures, Flickr)

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