Tuesday, 31 May 2011
Monday, 30 May 2011
Note - the article is in the bottom right corner. You can reposition the page by holding the mouse down over the page and then moving it slightly. Click on the page to enlarge. Once finished click on the back arrow to return to here.
Saturday, 28 May 2011
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Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
- Questions to ask the appropriate Council members regarding in particular the Otterpool Waste Planning application and associated issues
- Freedom of Information requests, or
- Any other communication/questions you may have for your local representatives
2) The second interview slot starts at 2 hours, 38 minutes into the programme.
Once you have listened to the interviews just click on the back arrow in the top left of the screen as normal to return to here.
Tuesday, 17 May 2011
Villagers 'treated with contempt' by planners - Kentish Express article following meeting on Tuesday 10th May
Saturday, 14 May 2011
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Sunday, 8 May 2011
Invite to KCC to the Sellindge public Village meeting this Tuesday 10th May + Separate meeting with Ronald and key players
Sent: 05 May 2011 15:39
To: Thompson, Sharon - EE PE
Cc: Carter, Paul - LEADER; King, Richard - MEM
Subject: Re: Greetings
Sent: 27 April 2011 15:17
To: Thompson, Sharon - EE PE
- Otterpool Waste Application
- The Wind Farm
- The Lorry Park
- Shepway Housing proposal including the Village Green
- The Racecourse
Wednesday, 4 May 2011
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
Y12/0451/SH,wind energy development comprising the erection of six wind turbines, each with a maximum overall height of up to 125m together with access tracks, crane pad areas, electricity sub-station, temporary construction compound and amended vehicular access being accompanied by an Environmental Statement. Land 500M South West Otterpool Manor Barn (adj. Harringe Brooks Wood) Otterpool Lane Sellindge Kent
Please click on the link below to access the application in detail.
When finished click on the back-arrow in the top left corner of the screen to return to here and navigate around the website as usual.
Planning Application for 6 Wind Turbines at Harringe Brooks
Monday, 2 May 2011
Parish Council response to the Wind turbine Application Y12/0241/SH land adjoining Sommerfield Court Farm
Sent: 24 April 2012 22:14
To: Dave Motley
Cc: Ronald Lello
Subject: Fwd: Planning application Y12/0241/SH
Date: 24 April 2012 12:57:29 GMT+01:00
Subject: Planning application Y12/0241/SH
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Date: Tuesday, 24 April, 2012, 18:51
to : planning
subject : General-Enquiry
Feedback or comments : Dear Planning Department, I understand that a planning application for the development of a row of three terraced houses, and the alteration of an existing house into two dwellings, sited at 1 Swan Green, Sellindge TN25 6HB has been applied for. My reason for writing to you is that I would hope you would have visited this site before passing any such application. The existing house is on the corner of the busy A20, at the junction between Downs Way and Swan Lane. I feel that this would add to the already dangerous traffic at this corner, because the Downs Way junction is quite narrow, and already, traffic turning into Swan Lane from the A20 finds itself suddenly at the T junction here. Also traffic leaving Downs Way has some difficulty getting into Swan Lane, especially when turning right, has to account for vehicles swinging round the corner from the A20. Any further buildings would of course require a drive, and I cannot see any place for these that in some way would not contribute to further problems. Could you please tell me if a delegation of the planning committee has visited the site? Also, has any consideration been given to the disruption the building work would cause those already living in the vicinity? Thank you, Mavis Turton
Sent: 25 May 2012 17:59
Subject: Kent County Council Mineral and Waste Site Plans - Preferred Options Consultation
- what these documents should contain;
- the proposed preferred option sites for minerals extraction and supply and waste management;
- the sites not selected as preferred options;
- the evidence base that has been prepared to inform the plans (including the draft Local Aggregate Assessment, the Waste Needs Assessment update, the accompanying Interim Sustainability Appraisal, the Habitat Regulations Assessment, the Strategic Flood Risk Assessments and details explaining how the site assessment process was carried out).
Click on the link below to see the report, together with the Council's responses on other matters (Sellindge comes under Matter 5).
Once finished, click on the back-arrow in the top left of the screen to return to here and then navigate around the website as usual (another back-arrow or click on the 'Home' page link in Section 1 of the right-hand column).
Sent: 18 May 2012 14:19
Subject: Shepway Core Strategy - Inspector's Interim Report
Sunday, 1 May 2011
Please click on the link just below entitled 'The Bugler' to view a copy of The Bugler - Issue 1. This will open up in a new tab, leaving the main website open in this tab.
Below is a link to an interesting article about EDF Energy and EcoTricity planning to build 5 & 4 massive wind turbines respectively on the Somerset levels. Unlike the windmills of old, these huge machines will dominate the landscape and will have harmful local environmental impacts. Both applications were refused ..... read on
Click on this link to go directly to the Shepway Planning Application web page for this application.
"I visited the National Grid at the Sellindge Converter Station and was given a presentation on their development proposals. This involves a new sub-station and storage area (but within the current site) with construction starting late summer and lasting approximately 18 months to 2 years. There are also plans to carry out extensive refurbishment of the overhead lines from Sellindge to Canterbury and Sellindge to Dungeness starting in 2013 and taking a year to complete. I am assured that all heavy traffic will be directed from the M20 via Junction 10 and not through Sellindge and that this is a condition embedded in all contracts. The National Grid will work closely with the local community to maintain good relations."
Date: 2 May 2012 12:52:38 GMT+01:00
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Stopping industrialisation of the countryside
Reply-To: "Campaign to Protect Rural E" <re-6A4-SISB-O8RWA-BZ938@cmp.ctt-news.org>
Village Meeting - 10th May
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