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Pebble, pebble, pebble. That’s treble pebble!

Hut 136 West Beach Herne Bay CT6 8RN 23rd-28th May 11-4pm daily Resident marvel Karen Simpson is at it again! Simple, creative fun for anyone and everyone – read on… Please come along and Decorate a ‘Pebble’ for Karen’s Community Art Installation “The People’s Beach” which will be going on display at Reculver Visitor Centre in August. People will be invited to paint or draw on a …

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Dakota flypast

As part of the Dambusters 70th Anniversary, Herne Bay was treated to this flypast. The plane is older than most of the people who watched, and in better nick.

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Local Plan – Herne Bay, Greenhill

This is the site just south of Briary School.  There isn’t (yet) a detailed map, only the dotted pink outline on a larger map. This is shown below, where you can see the Greenhill site in relation to the Golf Club and Strode Farm sites.

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Local Plan – SNAFU

Canterbury City Council gaffe delays decision on draft Local Plan A decision on whether a document earmarking almost 16,000 new homes in the Canterbury district can be put out to consultation has been delayed – because of an administrative error. The document proposes 15,600 new homes on sites in Canterbury, Herne Bay and Whitstable before 2031.   Normal   0 …

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Local Plan: Whitstable councillor says – Get Involved

Campaign groups and residents are being urged to have their say on a document that will set out plans for the town’s future development. At the first public discussion of the draft local plan on Monday, Whitstable Conservative Ashley Clark said it was vital that people got involved. The town has been earmarked for 400 new homes alongside Duncan Down, …

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Local Plan: extra NHS funds needed for population boom

A top doctor says extra NHS funding will be needed for local health services to cope with an influx of more than 15,000 new homes in the district. Dr Mark Jones, the clinical chairman for NHS Canterbury and Coastal Clinical Commissioning Group, says it would need extra government cash to deal with an estimated population increase of 40,000. He was …

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Local Plan: concerns need to be addressed

THE Rev Paul Wilson, of Whitstable Baptist Church, appealed to the council to “pause to get things right.” He said: “Above all, the Local Plan needs to be community-led, community-devised and community-tested. We need a plan we can be sure is the community’s preferred option – not telling people, but involving people. Community concerns need to be recognised and addressed, …

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Plans for reservoir at Broad Oak. Again.

Plans for a huge reservoir at Broad Oak have resurfaced in a new scheme by South East Water to flood hundreds of acres of farmland and countryside. A previous proposal for a mile-and-a-half-long lake through the valley met with huge opposition. But now the company’s new Water Management Plan proposes building one half the size. Bosses claim the reservoir will …

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Local Plan: Letters

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