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Cleve Hill: Our concerns raised with Planning Inspectorate

The Faversham Society Opposes the Cleve Hill Power Station The Faversham Society has registered its objection to the Cleve Hill development. Although we support alternative energy, we have grave reservations about the developer's plans for Cleve Hill. Our strong objection to this planning application is based on these areas of serious concern: Batteries This is […]

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Submission to the Cleve Hill Preliminary Meeting 30 May 2019

 am writing on behalf of the Faversham Society to inform you that I wish to speak at the Preliminary Meeting on the 30th May 2019 under the following agenda items: Cultural HeritageThe adverse impact on the Grade 1 listed All Saints Church, Graveney, constructed in Norman times, mainly 14th century.  Environmental Statement (relates also to Water ,flooding etc)Limitations of the […]

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A Steamship's Journey

March 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm  Free event unticketed. All welcome. CLICK HERE to reserve tickets. The VIC56 is an 85 foot steamship, constructed in 1945 as part of the wartime shipbuilding programme, and now preserved in working order by a small group of volunteers. Vic 56 is technically a steam coasting lighter […]

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Heritage Fair 2nd March
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Registered objections to Cleve Hill

The Faversham Society has registered its objection to the Cleve Hill development. Although we support alternative energy we have grave reservations about the developers plans for Cleve Hill. Our strong objection to this application is based on these areas of serious concern:Batteries•       The safety of batteries has not been adequately addressed.  â€˘      […]

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North Street Development

Three representatives of Gladman attended a meeting co-organised by St Mary of Charity and the Faversham Society on 16th January. The meeting was well attended with over 170 people braving a cold wet evening to come and hear what Gladman had to say and to question them. The questions covered many topics including traffic, drainage […]

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Make your voice heard

The Solar Power Station is bigger than Faversham. The panels will be 3.9m/12.5 feet high: the height of a double-decker bus. Just the electrical compound - the electrical substation and the batteries behind the bund will extend over 10ha - 20% bigger than the Faversham Recreation Ground which is a mere 8.1ha. The batteries are […]

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Environment Agency 22nd January deadline for objecting to East Kent Recycling

East Kent Recycling Limited has applied for an environmental permit to expand their operation at Oare. You have until Tuesday 22nd January to comment. As the Environment Agency makes clear concern about increased traffic going to and from the site is not a matter for the Agency, Full details of what the Environment Agency can […]

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North St Urban Expansion
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Cleve Hill Solar Power Station: Objecting

You have until 11:59 pm on Monday 28th January 2019 to register objections. The Planning Inspectorate has now accepted the planning application and there will be a public enquiry. Whilst the developer has made some minor changes to the original proposal the Faversham Society's view has not changed. The Faversham Society enthusiastically supports the development […]

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