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Thinking Ahead – your chance to input

by on March 10, 2009

We’re currently thinking about our objectives for the next 12 months and reflecting what went well and didn’t for the last 12.

Clearly we’ll continue to focus on increasing the number of planning applications submitted electronically and we’ll be pushing hard for take-up of the e-Consultation Hub but aside from that where do you think we should be focusing.

It’s time to let us know if we’re missing something – as always we’re listening.

One Comment
  1. The creation of a standard process that is the recommended way for processing all types of application looks useful. A published process map building on the work of the ESD and the integration with legacy and enterprise systems as a ‘best practice’ connector plan, thats not software specific is worth while.
    The next challenge after GIS and WEB will be that back office intrastructure around work flow for ALL areas initially of planning, enforcement and building control.
    Get structures for that on the web for all to use as templates and to build on the e-consultaion expertise is of real benefit.
    I remember PARSOL seemed a hill to climb, but each bit on line created its own inertia to change and develop. So a critical mass to change process in all LPA’S is feasible, as is the use of the Portal and engagement with IDeA, RIEP and so may others to improve, share and invest. Just do it?

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