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High speed rail: Investing in Britain’s future consultation summary report addendum 2


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High speed rail: Investing in Britain’s future consultation summary report addendum 2
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2012-09-18 High Speed Rail: Phase 1 Consultation Update (DfT Department for Transport)

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date
24 September 2012
source Department for Transport
type Press release



SummaryOn 10 January 2012, the Government announced its decision to develop a new national high speed rail network following the completion of a major public consultation.

On 29 May, the consultation responses were published online. We have discovered, since then, that a small number of responses submitted online (722 of around 55,000 submitted in total) were not analysed fully by Dialogue by Design (DbyD) due to technical errors. For these responses, the answers to one or more of the seven consultation questions were omitted from DbyD’s analysis. In total, approximately 0.4% of answers provided to individual consultation questions were affected.

This addendum report is a supplementary analysis by DbyD of the seven hundred and twenty two (722) affected consultation responses submitted online. The report concludes that the affected responses ‘do not provide any information that was not already included in the previous Consultation Summary Report or would have made a difference to the substantive content or balance of that report’.

The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport issued a statement about this to Parliament on 18 September 2012 explaining that the cause has been identified as technical errors in transferring data captured from online consultation responses to the consultation analysis database held by DbyD.

All those who submitted the responses affected have been contacted with details of their particular cases to notify them and apologise.


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