TMBC Local Plan Regulation 18 Consultation 03.11.22
Published on October 3, 2022
TMBC have published the documents for the Local Plan.
The Regulation 18 Consultation is about: what the local plan should contain and how planning policy can help to address key issues within our borough. The consultation closes 3rd November 2022.
The next stage will be the Regulation 19 Consultation.
There are two sites in Wouldham:
Site 59791 Residential -Behind Oldfield Drive
Site 5979 (almost a duplicate of site 59791)
It also worth bearing in mind the sites outside of the Parish that may have a substantial impact on Wouldham.
All the documents can be accessed from this central link: https://www.tmbc.gov.uk/news/article/73/consultation-opens-on-homes-and-growth-plan
The key dates are set out here: https://www.tmbc.gov.uk/local-plan/local-plan-key-stages
The Regulation Consultation document is available here: https://www.tmbc.gov.uk/downloads/file/2229/local-plan-regulation-18-consultation
The sites identified are contained in the Interim Sustainability Appraisal Report Annex 1 which is available here:
If you want to find a site in the Sustainability Appraisal Report Annex, click “ctrl” and “f” and a search box appears, where you can put the site number in.
The Parish Council will be discussing the Local Plan at their meeting on 4th October 2022.
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Message from the Kent Resilience Team
Local communities should prepare for potential disruption on the roads this weekend (8-10 April) as the Easter getaway gets underway.
With P&O Ferries cancelling all services this weekend and potential for poor weather conditions, tourists and hauliers using cross-Channel services from Dover and Folkestone are being advised to allow extra time for their journey and to be prepared for long delays.
Traffic management is in place for cross-Channel freight traffic which must join the queue on the M20. HGV drivers are advised that enforcement is in place across the Kent network to deal with queue jumping and you will be sent to the back of the queue.
Inevitably, this is having a major impact on local traffic. Local diversions are in place, but please allow extra time for your journey. Arrangements are also in place to filter HGVs making local deliveries.
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Safe walking path
Wouldham Parish Council are delighted to have completed this important project and thank Bellway, Hyde Housing and Peter Homewood's KCC membership grant for donating the money for the new lights
Safe walking path
" This is the safe walking path installed at the bottom of the recreation ground, it was completed in 2019 with the help of a KCC grant:."