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The battle to get a Bay beauty spot registered as a village green looks likely to go to a public inquiry. Council officers made the decision after admitting the “volume and complexity” of the case for the Downs meant an inquiry would be necessary. Save the Downs group head Phil Rose said he was frustrated by the slow progress: “A …Read More »
This coming Saturday (28th) we'll be litter picking on the Downs in Herne Bay. Meet at 10am at the car park at the eastern end of Reculver Drive. Bags, gloves and magic picking-up sticks will be provided. If it's blazing hot, bring some water and some sun lotion. If it's pouring with rain, stay at home and hang on until the next litter pick!Read More »
Here's the latest from the village green registration people at Kent County Council.
Dear Reader, if you have any experience of Public Inquiries like this, do please get in touch with any tips and advice.
I am writing to update you regarding your Village Green application at The Downs at Herne Bay.
Due to the volume and complexity of this case, we have sought legal advice from Counsel as to how we should proceed. Counsel has very carefully considered all of the documentation submitted and the arguments raised. The advice received is that it is not possible for the matter to be resolved on paper and the case should properly be referred to a Public Inquiry for further consideration.
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