Thursday, 19 March 2009

Asset disposal decisions

The decisions about the assets disposal cabinet meeting have appeared on the TDC website, the Maritime Museum is cleared for disposal.

Click on the link below to read the main document.$AssetDisposalReportFinal.doc.htm

Click on the link below for the consultation document Annex 2 .$Annex2Consultation.doc.htm

Click on the link below for the information on Northdown House$Annex3NorthdownHouse.doc.htm


  1. Always quick off the mark - Michael, without revealing too much looks like some concessions been given!
    Seems very short sighted to sell stragetic parts of Ramsgate harbour when there is a big scheme about to use part of the harbour - wind farm. Leaves little room for any future uses of the harbour if the council doesnt own it all, when it always has done?

  2. To be precise the head lease is from the Crown. And has the Crown given permission? I think we should be told!

  3. Michael, thanks for monitoring TDC web-site so diligently. Thanetonline is the quick way to find out what is happening and saves much time! A decision by Cabinet on Northdown House in April but no information about the legal advice taken?

  4. Cabinet members to visit Northdown house too? when?


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