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Bond Street Laine saga, part two: the re-run
The council has agreed to carry out a further consultation in respect to the proposed renaming of Bond Street Laine.
The notice about it has been re-worded to make it clear that objections must be received by Brighton Magistrates' Court within 21 consecutive days of the date of the notice. The new consultation period for Bond Street Laine will commence on April 19, 2012.
There had been one objection in the first instance that was so late that the magistrate's court deemed it to be "out of time." It had, though, been received within 21 working days of the date the first notice had been put up.
All future proposed name changes will be subject to a two-tier consultation process. Consultation with residents and/or traders will be carried out in the first instance prior to any public consultation taking place.
Objections (with reasons, probably) to it have to been lodged in writing at Brighton Magistrates' Court (Edwards St, BN2 0LG) by May 9th (probably).