Interested in Language
What should you say at the end of a letter, If you want to tell the reader that this is for his information and at the same time, you want to emphasize that you need the reader to kindly consider the matter to be done as requested, or for his consideration for further actions to be proceeded as necessary. Can this sentence work for that purpose?
“This is hereby made for your information and your kind consideration for further actions/for further proceeding with the matter”.
Thank you in anticipation
Assuming that this is a very formal letter, the sentence works, but I'd write it as follows:
This is hereby made for your information and your kind consideration of further action or proceedings with the matter