Friday, 18 December 2009

TDCIT novel IT solutions

After yesterdays post TDCIT have solved the problem of part of their online version of Thanet Matters being illegible by removing the link to it from their homepage.

The illegible download is still there at http://www.thanet.gov.uk/pdf/Thanet_Matters_Winter09.pdf

I have had no response about the Planning Obligations and Developer Contributions consultation see http://consult.thanet.gov.uk/inovem/consult.ti/local.plans/view?objectId=56884 you need a very wide monitor for this one as the website isn’t written properly, so the narrower your screen the less of part of it you can read.

For anyone wanting to respond, by the end of today deadline, to this one here is a response form that unlike the TDC one you can actually type in http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/blogpicts129/id18.htm you can paste it into a word document and fill it in and email it to them if you wish.

The only person I know that fought with their online form for about an hour managed to save part of what they filled in, this may be of help to others trying to respond, click on the link for it http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/blogpicts129/id17.htm

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