Cornwall Council’s Online Planning Register is currently down (and was yesterday as well).
I’ve just sent the following complaint via their main site, and have also emailed Chantal McLennan (case officer) requesting clarification on closing date for public comment on PA16/10635:
On attempting to access your online planning register I have been getting the following error, both yesterday and today:
“Error Server Problem
A server problem prevented the webpage from displaying. Try again later to see if the problem has been corrected.”
No one available on your 0300 number to notify of this.
Since your service unavailability affects 21 day public comment window on planning applications they should be adjusted accordingly on restoration of service.
According to the West Briton (Dec 14th) PA16/10635 has till 6th Jan for public comment.
However, notice of this has only been posted on Dec 24th (though notice states Dec 23rd) at a single location at the top of Saltbox Close cul-de-sac (hardly visible to general public, and residents of Saltbox Rd and elsewhere in the village of Mylor, unless they are visiting the two top houses in the Close).
Surely the 21 days for public comment therefore should run from the date of posting of this notice (Dec 24th), and run until at least Fri 13th Jan (or later if unavailability of your service is taken into account).