I agree. I take the view that "available on the planning authority website" is not enough in my community, where the parish council notice board is still our main method of communication with up to a third of the population. Publishing the agenda a few days before the meeting doesn't give sufficient time for people to visit the planning authority in person, so if they don't have internet access, the meeting is the first opportunity they have to view the plans.
I provide several copies of the current and proposed plans for members of the public to view whilst the item is under discussion. I provide the same for the members of the council who do not use computers. The other documents are rarely necessary, as long as there is a single copy in the room to answer queries. None of my three village halls or community centres has wi-fi or projection facilities.