Tuesday, 1 November 2011
The appelent's grounds of appeal and the Council's statement can be seen at the Civic Centre. or on the Council's website www.ukplanning.com/shepway
Shepway District Council sent a letter out containing the following main points:
Application No. Y12/0241/SH
Appeal Mr B Ingham
PINS Reference APP/L2250/A/13/2191109/NWF
Application reference: Y12/0241/SH
If you made representations on the original proposal, these will be forwarded to the inspectorate and the Appellant along with the Council's statement, unless they were submitted in confidence, and will be taken into account by the inspector when determining the appeal.
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The Planning Inspectorate
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The Planning Inspectorate will send you a copy of the decision letter to you provided you specifically ask for one.
Please click on the link below to read further information regarding this appeal:
Somerfield Court Wind Turbine Appeal
Click on the link below (which will open in a new tab) to view ASA's ruling on Ecotricity and Property values
ASA has published its ruling on Ecotricity and Property values
In the lower part of the article it states
"Alongside the submission, a separate application has been submitted for an alternative to the proposed junction 10A, which includes a slip road linking the A2070 to the M20. The scheme includes a new 40mph two-way single carriageway approximately 1.1km in length connecting the A20 to the across a new bridge over the M20. There will also be slip roads to the M20 for Folkestone but not London. The public exhibition takes place at the Mountbatten Hall, Church Road, Mersham from 6pm on December 5th."
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Note - I thought this would be best put in this Section although may not directly relate to Otterpool Waste.
Sent: 11 February 2013 10:38
Subject: Kent Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Proposed Mineral Safeguarding Areas - AMENDEMENT
- Do you agree with the approach being taken to exemptions from the mineral safeguarding process (paragraph 1.1.7)?
- Do you agree that we should safeguard the sub alluvial river terrace deposits on Figure 2 in Appendix E?
- Do you agree that we should safeguard all of the building stone types shown on Figure 3 in Appendix E?
- Do you agree that we should safeguard all of the brickearth deposits shown on Figure 5 in Appendix E?
Extension and alterations to existing dwelling to form 2 separate dwellings and the erection of a terrace of 3 dwellings. - 1 Swan Lane Sellindge Ashford Kent TN25 6EP
Ref. No: Y12/0293/SH | Status: Approved with conditions | Case Type: Application
Thursday, 27 October 2011
Section 3 - Otterpool Waste treatment
1) Update/Reply from Environmental Agency to Susan Carey email re Environmental Permit application from Countrystyle Recycling - 19 October 2011
Section 4 - Wind Farm
1) Two Wind Anemometer Masts erected Harringe Brooks - 20 October 2011
2) Harringe Brooks Wind Anemometer Mast - 20 October 2011
Section 6 - Shepway - Housing/Village Green
1) Parish Council response to Shepway LDF and Sellindge Masterplan
Section 8 - Kent Mineral and Waste Sites Development - Consultation
1) Mineral and Waste Sites Development Plan Documents - Supplementary Options Consultation commencing on Monday 24 October 2011
Section 9 - Correspondence including replies from KCC
1) Letter to Mr Cameron - People must not have policies forced on them from above - 7 October 2011
2) Abolish the County Councils? - 9 october 2011
3) Reorganise local government? - response from Eric Pickles - 11 October 2011
Monday, 3 October 2011
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Sent: 22 December 2012 08:01
Subject: Saved search results and Tracked Applications have been updated
Ref. No: Y12/1013/SH | Status: Approved with conditions | Case Type: Application
Sunday, 2 October 2011
Shepway Decision - Planning Application Notification: Y12/0241/SH - Land Adjoining Somerfield Court Farm Barrow Hill
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Saturday, 1 October 2011
Shepway Core Strategy Local Plan - Proposed Modifications Autumn 2012 available to view and comment up to 10th December
Subject: Shepway District Council: New event available
Shepway Core Strategy Local Plan - Proposed Modifications Autumn 2012 will be available for you to view and comment between the following dates:
Start date: 29/10/12 09:00
End date: 10/12/12 17:00
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Sent: 04 December 2012 18:43
Subject: Fw: Wind turbines
From: "Leader@shepway.gov.uk" <Leader@shepway.gov.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, 4 December 2012, 10:46
Subject: RE: Wind turbines
Sent: 04 December 2012 09:25
Subject: Re: Wind turbines
Dear Mr Bliss,
Sent: Wednesday, 7 November 2012, 14:19
Subject: RE: Wind turbines
Cllr Robert Bliss
Leader of the Council
Sent: 19 October 2012 13:17
To: Bliss, Robert Cllr
Subject: Wind turbines
Dear Mr Bliss,
we have friends who live in West Lothian, Scotland. They tell me that there are wind turbines in East Lothian, in the Lammermuir Hills. They say that a man was killed when he was hit by ice, which was thrown off the turbine blades during cold weather.
Notwithstanding the danger to people, there is a distinct danger of damage to property when the turbines are so near residential buildings. The proposed turbines in our area seem to be sited at an unacceptable distance from peoples homes, and considering their position on the edge of the Romney Marsh, a very damp position, I would think that the turbine blades could become iced up, and would cause problems.
I have tried to contact the East Lothian Courier newspaper, which I believe serves the area, but I am having trouble doing this. Perhaps you would be more successful. It is quite important I would think, to find out exactly what happened in the Lammermuir Hills.
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