If a Town Council agrees a "Strategic Plan" for the Town, should this plan be subject to public consultation?

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After many years of requests, the Town Council has drafted a Strategic Plan.  When asked the Clerk has said that currently she has no view on whether there should be a process of public consultation on the Plan.
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Logically, yes, legally, not necessarily.

A transparent council would conduct the public/stakeholder consultation about a year before the "has drafted a strategic plan" stage, so I fear your boat may have sailed.
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