Category Archives: Transport

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I did not attend the parish council meeting on January 7. The following is therefore a summary of the draft minutes: The examiner’s response to the Neighbourhood Plan was anticipated (it has subsequently been delivered: Wye Examination ReportĀ And Councillor Shoults … Continue reading

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INSPECTOR CALLS

Some quick notes about today’s public hearing called by examiner Richard High about the Wye Neighbourhood Plan. As usual this is my recollection rather than any official record: The mistake whereby some of the Olantigh estate land had been included … Continue reading

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PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO CYCLEPATH

Sometimes procedure in this country is as quaint as it is baffling. The inquiry concerning the Byway Open to All Traffic AE249 at Chilham (commonly known as Cycle Route 18) has just taken place at Chilham Village Hall. The inspector, … Continue reading

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The newly appointed parish council met for the first time last Friday. This is my recollection of the main points of the meeting: The initial part of the meeting was taken up with introductions. In particular the council welcomed four … Continue reading

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The parish council meeting last week was a bit of an odd one. Many of the principal characters weren’t present – Councillor Bartley, Borough Councillor Ovenden, and the Community Warden Richard Sinden. Of those who were, many were celebrating their … Continue reading

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CALLING REINFORCEMENTS

The list of official responses to the Neighbourhood Plan in the previous post is as interesting for the organisations that were never invited to respond as for the actual responses themselves. Jim Boot, the consultant who has the unenviable task … Continue reading

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CONSULTATION DEADLINE

This post is really just a reminder to residents of Wye that the consultation deadline for the Neighbourhood Plan is on Friday 13th March. I filled in my form yesterday. I declared myself to be supportive of the policies on … Continue reading

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