Monthly Archives: March 2018

Core Strategy Review

 We know that you are all sick of being consulted but we have just spotted that the Core Strategy Review public consultation starts tomorrow until Fri 18th May. We haven’t read the document yet as it hasn’t yet been published but it is unlikely to mention Princes Parade as PP is not a strategic site. […]

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Additional Planning Documents

If you made a comment on the planning application, you will have been notified that Shepway are now consulting on some additional documents. These documents are the result of correspondence between the planning officer and the applicant. Given that both parties are Shepway District Council this transparency is very welcome but we are disappointed that […]

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Princes Parade Working Group Minutes 13.3.18

The Princes Parade Working Group ( a sub committee of Shepway District Council’s cabinet) met in private on 13th March. The minutes have been published and you can read them on the link below – though they don’t reveal much detail. The things that were discussed included the business case of the leisure centre; procurement […]

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Princes Parade Working Group Meeting

The Princes Parade Working Group is meeting  next Tuesday. It is a sub group of cabinet. Unfortunately the public aren’t allowed to attend but you might be interested to read the agenda – particularly the bit about all the papers being collected in at the end. http://www.shepway.gov.uk/moderngov/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=455&MId=4453

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£30m Gamble

Today’s Express is running a story about the financial (non) viability of the proposed Princes Parade project. The council have said that all the issues raised are covered in the planning application or will be addressed in the business plan. Note the “will be”. In other words they have spent £800k so far on this […]

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Problems responding to the PPLP Consultation

If you are having technical problems with the consultation portal please report them to the council If you can’t get the problem resolved and/or you are finding the consultation portal just too complicated then you can email your response to the council . The email address to use in both cases is: planning.policy@shepway.gov.uk  Subject: PPLP […]

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