The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee has launched an inquiry into the future of the planning system in England.The Committee has also launched a short survey to accompany the inquiry to gather peoples experiences of the planning process and their thoughts on proposed reforms to it. The survey can be accessed via the link. The survey will close at 23:59 on Wednesday 11th November.Respondents to the survey will be able to put themselves forward to participate in a virtual public engagement event that the Committee is planning to hold on Thursday 26th November at 16:00-17:15. This will allow the Committee to hear the experiences and views from a range of people across the country.
Opening paragraph of the survey:- "We, MPs on the House of Commons Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee, are seeking a range of views from the public on the housing and land use planning system in England. The answers and examples to this survey will be used by the Committee to inform future questioning to the Government. The Committee does not, as a rule, pursue individual cases, but we want to hear about your experiences to assess the overall performance of the planning system. The information provided may be published and used in Committee proceedings. The Committee is also holding a virtual public engagement event on Thursday 26th November. If you wish to be considered for selection please tick the relevant box when asked later in this survey. This survey will be open until 11:59 pm on Wednesday 11th November and should take roughly 10 minutes to complete."