Political Developments Limited Building Consensus

An online presence is now a core part of any comprehensive consultation process. An interactive user friendly website will help inform a wider audience whilst providing another conduit through which the local community can engage in the design and consultation process.

Social media is also an increasingly important tool through which communities distribute information. Through the creation of site specific facebook pages and twitter accounts, social media can be used to engage with members of a community who otherwise may not choose to take part in the development process.

  • Heat map of responses to consultation
  • Social Networking allowing for broader engagement on proposals
  • Easily navigated consultation website
  • Downloadable SCI documents and planning applications
  • Interactive feedback forms