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daz3210
Oct-03-2017 @ 11:17 AM                           Permalink
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I assume the BA is just like any other company, and thus there will be meetings that are more informal and not minuted.

But, should a site visit be recorded somewhere so as to show it has taken place even if not fully minuted?

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"...should a site visit be recorded somewhere so as to show it has taken place even if not fully minuted?"

You'd think so, wouldn't you. There are many planning site visits made, but not one planning committee meeting has been cancelled for that purpose.

As far as I can see, in recent years, it is only NavCom meetings that have been cancelled.

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As a public body, the BA surely should be transparent in what their (or should that be our) money is spent on.

But then, if the 'site visit' is just an excuse for a jolly boys outing........ well I think you get my chain of thought......


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As a public body, the BA surely "SHOULD" be transparent in what their (or should that be our) money is spent on.

The operative word is should and that's what pretty much all members would appreciate

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We have site meetings of both sorts. Some are more formal with varying degrees of records kept. Others are simply for all parties involved to get a starting point or a feel of a project. In the latter case nothing may be recorded at all.
I have no idea if that has any relevance here or not.

Best ask a committee member and find out what one of their site visits involves.

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"Best ask a committee member and find out what one of their site visits involves."

Surely, the idea of 'transparency' is that we shouldn't have to go round individual members to get this information.




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