Ros Coward urges readers to take part in the day of action on Sunday 28 November to save Kent’s green spaces.
Category: 🧠Local Planning
Planning application for new community at Waterbrook Park to treat HGV drivers in Kent to the facilities they need and deserve.
Trams are efficient in a number of ways. They generally have priority over other vehicles at junctions, making them speedier than cars. They use electrical energy more efficiently, even more than the expanding fleet of electric vehicles. This is because there is less friction between steel wheel and rail than there is between rubber tyre and asphalt.
Let’s save Princes Parade from all concretisation,
And preserve our Green Spaces for the future generation.
Hythe Protest: Denouncing the loosening of planning regulations which will make the development of a historic part of Hythe even easier.
Planning system as it stands is not perfect. It is rightly slow because decisions about land use must involve communities.
Natalie Elphicke MP, our DDC leader and our KCC leader, have released a press statement dated 2 July regarding the Inland Border Facility on the White Cliffs. This promotes a Win-Win for Dover, stating that they have achieved the necessity for two key border sites at Dover. The press release omits the information that DEFRA has withdrawn from our site, and that only a quarter of the area will now actually be used. The DfT has spent millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money purchasing this vast piece of agricultural land in Guston and they now find themselves needing to do so again.
A letter to the editor from a pilot: Proposed airfield at Mongeham is a chance for Kent innovation and leadership.
The 2021 UK Census had a tick-box for Roma for the first time. Gypsies and Irish travellers were only put in the census for the first time in 2011. “Gypsy” by Cernavoda is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Gypsies and Travellers are 0.5% of population in Kent The results revealed 58,000 Gypsies and Irish travellers, the majority in the […]
With planning reforms recently announced in the Queen’s Speech, the storm is about to break, of protest from community groups engaged with planning decisions about their local environment. In 2011 you could have been forgiven for thinking that the introduction of the Localism Act would have helped improve developer/resident relations.It aimed to hand decisions about […]