Deadline for public comments extended to the end of June

UPDATE: Deadline for comments now extended to 20 July.

Well, after rushing to get comments on the EF Language School development into the Council by 15 June, as required, the deadline for “neighbour consultation” appears to have been extended by a fortnight. Nobody I’ve spoken to appears to know why; some say it’s because the formal notice on the site was late, or not quite right. It’s most welcome, anyway:

Here’s how to make your own comments on the plans.

1. Make them directly on the Council Website. Slightly tortuous, as you have to register first, but at least you know the comments will have been received directly. Visit the relevant page about the development on the council website and click “Make a Public Comment”. It will take you through the registration process before you can post your comments.

2. Email the case officer at the Council. Her name is Sophie Pain, and her email address is sophie.pain@cambridge.gov.uk.

3. Post your comments using conventional mail. The address is:
Miss Sophie Pain
Planning Officer
Cambridge City Council
PO Box 700
Cambridge CB1 0JH

You may wish to make reference to planning application reference 12/0616/FUL. It might be worth looking at the objections already on the Council website – you’ll find them under both the “Comments” and “Documents” heading.

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