Monday, 21 November 2011

Eurokent Plans for housing estate and shopping centre at Westwood Cross published.


The planning reference is OL/TH/11/0910

The TDC planning website is one of the most bizarre websites I have ever come across in as much as the web addresses of the pages on it change after a few hours so you can’t publish links to them. If you want to look at any of the applications you need to go to the site and enter the application reference in the search box, this link takes you to the site http://www.ukplanning.com/thanet


Some of the pdf files are a bit on the large size so you may find them easier to deal with if you download them to your computer first.

Interestingly the results of the public consultations are published in the application -In council speak the consultation document in the planning application is called “Other-9215374”- (people’s actual responses are at the bottom in an appendix), summarised this seems to be: we asked people if they wanted it, they said no and now we intend to impose it on them.  

I will try to write something more about this if I get time to study the plans.    

4 comments:

  1. I quite like the optimism where the retail area is shown in Margate!! In their defence, I suppose it doesn't say "Currently trading retail"...

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  2. Eurokent application for residential and commercial.

    China Gateway approved.

    IS THIS A COINCIDENCE???

    I think not.

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  3. Knowing how CGI operate, I would be surprised if they didn't try to flog off their investments and not actually build anything.... just like will happen in Dover....

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