Creek Neighbourhood Plan Exhibition Sat 8th June

THIS EXHIBITION IS THE LAST PUBLIC CONSULTATION 

IT IS ABSOLUTELY VITAL THAT EVERYONE TAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY TO LOOK AT THE PRESENTATIONS AND SAY WHAT YOU THINK.

According to the minutes of the steering group meeting on 14 March, this will “probably be the last time for options to be presented to the public for their comments”.

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An artist has been commissioned to produce a set of master plan perspectives: a view of the inner basin from the bridge; a view of the creek from Crab Island back to the bridge; a view from Waterside looking up the creek, taking in Standard Quay, the oil depot and the former coach depot.

In addition there will be thumbnail sketches of Standard House, Swan Quay from across the creek, and the bridge. At least one of the master plans will include a sketch of an open bridge.

For Ordnance Wharf there will be four sketches showing different structural designs (two different heights and two different sets of materials).

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2 responses to “Creek Neighbourhood Plan Exhibition Sat 8th June

  1. The Faversham Town Council leaflet pushed through my door states that there will be two further consultations of 6 weeks later in the year.

    Alan KIlshaw

  2. That is correct, but this is exhibition is the main collection point for views and ideas; Consultation later will be focussed on a Draft Plan developed from this exhibition and the responses collected. Clearly, if the Draft Plan bears no resemblance to those collected views, then there may be a major upset at the next consultation phase.
    So you are strongly encouraged to exploit this opportunity which allows a 3 week period after the exhibition to formulate your responses.

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