Here are recent opportunities for consultation relevant to Westerham…

Our Town – Our Future:

July 5, 2018

How might Westerham look in 2035? Where might new houses, a new industrial site, a bypass be sited?  If you want to know how your town might develop, then make sure that you are at one of the sessions taking place during the summer where you can find out more – and learn how you […]

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Kent County Council rights of Way improvement Plan – Have your say – closes 12 September 2018

July 2, 2018

The vision of the Kent County Council (KCC) Rights of Way Improvement Plan is to provide a high quality, well maintained Public Rights of Way network, that will support the Kent economy, encourage active lifestyles and sustainable travel choices, and contribute to making Kent a great place to live, work and visit. The plan set […]

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Westerham Design Statement – Have your say!

April 20, 2018

Sevenoaks District Council is consulting on the Westerham Design Statement from Friday 20th April to Friday 29th June at 5pm. The Design Statement can be viewed via the Sevenoaks District Council consultation portal. To view it, please use the following the link: http://planningconsult.sevenoaks.gov.uk/consult.ti/system/home Comments should be passed to the Planning Policy team, either: – By […]

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DRAFT LOCAL PLAN DELAYED 

February 28, 2018

SDC confirmed last week that the draft Local Plan, due to be debated by SDC in March and released for consultation thereafter will not now be ready until June 2018. In turn this means that the public consultation on the plan will not take place until the summer. The delay has apparently been caused by […]

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‘Keeping you informed’ … of developments which will affect the future of Westerham – Public Meeting 7.30pm on Wednesday 13th September at Churchill School

August 10, 2017

Sevenoaks District Council has now published the first Consultation regarding progress on the new Local Plan. This is the ‘Issues and Options’ Consultation and importantly for Westerham, it contains the Squerryes Estate’s idea for significant development on Green Belt land. For this idea to proceed, Squerryes will need to demonstrate that there are exceptional reasons […]

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