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
CCC advise that paper copies of these documents will be delivered to Whitstable Library around midday Thursday 18th June for public viewing.
See details below of a public consultation on the latest redevelopment proposals for the old Skating Rink – more recently used as a Tile Warehouse – click the image to see the full document
The hybrid planning application CA//14/02339: Estuary View Business Park plots and land next to Chaucer Business Park – Developer George Wilson Developments and Kimberley Developments. Continue reading “Estuary View Planning Application – Whitstable Society Draft Response”
The Council has now submitted the draft Local Plan to the Planning Inspectorate to be examined by an independent Inspector. Copies of evidence base reports and representations have also been submitted to the Inspectorate.
Copies of the documents submitted to the Inspectorate are available on the Council’s Planning Policy web-pages. Comments on the Local Plan Publication Draft can also be viewed at http://canterbury-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/cdlp_2014/cdlp_publication_2014, by clicking the “Who Said What?” button.
From this point, the timetable of the Examination will be determined by the Inspector. The Council has appointed a Programme Officer, Angela Furlong, who will be managing the administration of the Examination on behalf of the Inspector. Any correspondence regarding the Examination should be directed to the Programme Officer at the Local Plan Programme Office at the Council Offices at Military Road, Canterbury CT1 1YW or via e-mail to email@example.com.
It is anticipated that the Inspector will begin the Examination of the draft Plan in 2014, but that any public hearings will not take place until 2015. Details will be provided by the Programme Officer in due course.
The council recently advertised, in the local press and on the council’s web-site, some public information evenings on the Local Plan, around the district. They have reminded us of the dates and locations of the next events.
The Whitstable session is on:
Tuesday 1 July – at the Whitstable Community College CT5 1PX
Colin Carmichael, Canterbury City Council Chief Executive will give a presentation on the draft plan and the proposed district Transport Strategy that thay are also consulting on. You will have the opportunity to hear more about the plans and to ask questions. There is no requirement to book.
If you can’t make the session The Canterbury District Local Plan Publication Draft 2014 will be available online to view and comment until 5.00pm on the 18th July by selecting this link: http://canterbury-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/cdlp_2014/cdlp_publication_2014
If you prefer printed versions of the documents they will be available for inspection in person until the 18th July at the Council Offices, unfortunately there is no Council Office in Whitstable but if you can get to Swalecliffe library or the Whitstable Museum during their opening hours (below) they can be inspected there as well.
Swalecliffe Library 78 Herne Bay Road, Whitstable, CT5 2LX (Mon – Tues Thurs – Fri 9am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 2pm)
Whitstable Museum, Oxford Street, Whitstable, CT5 1DB (Thurs – Sun 11am to 4.30pm)
Canterbury City Council have now processed all the comments received during the consultation period.
They received just under 7,000 comments from about 1,300 individuals and organisations (including the Whitstable Society).
Copies of all the representations should be available in Whitstable library with a summary schedule of the comments (in Plan order).
All the comments can also be viewed on the Council’s consultation web-site at http://canterbury-consult.objective.co.uk/portal.
Click on the document you are interested in, and then you can view the comments by following the instructions.
The Council now has to consider the main issues arising from the comments and decide what changes to make to the draft Plan in relation to those main issues.
It is anticipated that the comments and proposed changes to the draft Plan will be considered by Council Committees in March, and the publication of the final formal draft (the pre-Submission draft) is likely to take place in April or May. This will be a final opportunity for people to comment on the technical and legal “soundness” of the Plan before it is considered by an independent Planning Inspector.
If you have any queries regarding the local plan process please contact the planning policy team on firstname.lastname@example.org 01227 862199
Members are no doubt aware that Canterbury City Council recently refused George Wilson’s planning application for The Paddock.
This decision has been appealed and the appeal is now being dealt with by the Planning Inspectorate. Continue reading “Council Response to the George Wilson Appeal re The Paddock”
The chair of the Society’s planning committee has worked hard to produce a common response from the Society to the Draft Local Plan, this needs to be submitted very soon so any further comments need to be received as soon as possible. Continue reading “LOCAL PLAN PROPOSED COMMENTS”
Members might be interested to know that it is now the consultation period for the Draft Local Plan – a copy can be viewed at Whitstable Library. Continue reading “Draft Local Plan Consultation Period”