The Council's consultation on its Annual Parking Review closes at midday on Tuesday 29 March.The link to the proposals and comments form is:
LEGAL PROCEEDINGS BEGUN AGAINST CANTERBURY CITY COUNCIL OVER MIS-SELLING OF WHITSTABLE LAND
Campaigners in Whitstable have formally begun legal proceedings against Canterbury City Council over their mis-selling of a prime piece of much-valued town centre, sea front land.
The Oval Chalet / Old Skating Rink
(Opposite Reeves beach public open space)
Whatever you call the land, we call the secret sale that loses public open space and money a scandal.
From the KCC website:
Starting on Monday, 21 September, residents, businesses and communities are being asked for their views on whether they would prefer the current level of service provided by part-night lighting, or all-night lighting.
This is a 10-week consultation which will help inform a new street lighting policy.
Matthew Balfour, Kent County Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Transport, said: “Light emitting diodes are significantly more efficient than the existing lights.
Please see the following request from the Oval Chalet Preservation Community (OCPC) concerning their urgent Petition to CCC about development of the 'Oval' former skating rink site at Reeves Beach.
The WS committee hope that many members will be strongly supportive of this cause and will be minded to sign and submit this petition as a matter of urgency.
A link to download the Petition document is at the end of the update.
Welcome to the Update Report of the Oval Chalet Preservation Community.
CCC Planning Dept have today published Devine Homes' outline planning application CA//15/01296 for their proposed housing development north of old Thanet Way (east of Duncan Down). The consultation period is until 17th July.
You may view details (some 96 documents) on the CCC website (Planning section): https://publicaccess.canterbury.gov.uk
There will be a PUBLIC MEETING: ‘What future 4 Kent’s libraries?’ in Whitstable on FRIDAY 15th May (10.30am to 12 Noon).
It will be at St Peters Church in Sydenham Street and all Kent’s library users/supporters are invited.
Author & Library Campaigner, Alan Gibbons, will be the guest speaker. KCC Leader, Paul Carter, has been invited to send a representative. Free including tea/coffee.