Public consultation events postponed
18th March 2020
Having monitored the Coronavirus situation in the UK closely over the past few days, and based on the most recently updated government guidance, MVV has postponed the planned public exhibitions until further notice.
Engaging with a wide range of stakeholders remains our priority at this stage of the project, and we will undertake all planned exhibitions at the earliest opportunity. In the meantime, information is still publicly available by clicking the documents tab in this section of the website. Hard copies are also available at the document inspection locations advertised (whilst these remain open).
Feedback can still be provided via the online feedback form and via hard copies which are available at all document inspection venues; feedback forms can also be downloaded from the documents tab. These can be returned to MVV using the Freepost address, ‘Freepost MVV’.
MVV will continue to monitor the situation with regard to the Coronavirus in the UK and will take a sensible view, based on government guidance, as to when we will be able to reschedule the public exhibitions. It is possible that the consultation period may be extended to ensure that these events can take place.
Press queries may be directed to:
Paul Carey, Managing Director
07768 842 715
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