Monthly Archives: April 2018

Kent Wildlife Trust Comments on Additional Documents

Following the publication of the additional planning documents KWT commented that the applicant should review the scheme design in view of the close proximity to the canal which is a Local Wildlife Site. They stress the importance of the Maritime Grassland. They say that the applicant should not be asking the ecologist to defend the […]

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More Predetermination?

At the planning meeting for the Folkestone Seafront Development on Tuesday Councillor Hollingsbee said that there will be a swimming pool and leisure facilities on Princes Parade. So another cabinet member who doesn’t seem to understand that they still need to get planning permission. Given that the district council will be making the decision on […]

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Historic England say PPLP is Unsound

In their letter which you can read here Historic England UA18 – Detailed response Historic England say: “In summary, in general terms while we accept that the draft local plan has the potential to provide a good basis for the conservation and enjoyment of the historic environment and heritage assets as required by the NPPF (para […]

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