A person who is formally consulted or asked for advice on a matter: residents and the private sector can contribute as consultees to local urban renewal
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- The developers say the changes have been made after taking on board the views of planning officers, English Heritage, the Commission for Architecture in the Built Environment, and other statutory consultees and local people.
- Councillors objected to the application regardless and, in line with the response of other consultees, have suggested the matter go direct to a public inquiry expected next October.
- ‘Whereas it is accepted that the council is not bound to take the advice of its officers or its consultee the county education officer, it is expected to provide evidence to show why the development cannot be permitted,’ said the report.