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(1)The consultation report must (in particular)—
(a)contain the information mentioned in subsection (2),
(b)if applicable, include the further information mentioned in subsection (3),
(c)in a relevant case, also provide the explanation mentioned in subsection (4).
(2)The information is—
(a)a record of the total number of any written representations made to the education authority (by any person) on the proposal during the consultation period,
(b)a summary of—
(i)those written representations,
(ii)any oral representations made to it (by any person) at the public meeting,
(c)a statement of the authority’s response to—
(i)those written and oral representations,
(d)a copy of that report,
(e)a statement explaining how the education authority complied with section 9(1).
(3)In relation to any omission from, or inaccuracy in, the proposal paper to which section 5(1) applies, the further information is—
(a)details of the omission or inaccuracy (including a statement of the authority’s opinion on it),
(i)of the action taken in respect of the omission or inaccuracy, or
(ii)if no action has been taken, of that fact (and why).
(4)In the case of a closure proposal, the explanation is of the opportunity that may arise for making representations to the Scottish Ministers in connection with section 15(4).
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