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Battery Explosion and Fire in Liverpool
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Submission on Lady Dane
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Submission on Abbey Fields
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Water Supplies
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Note of Faversham Society Zoom call with Helen Whately, MP
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Open Letter to Michael Gove
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Latest on the Creek Bridge
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Open letter to Helen Whately
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Faversham Society response to Reg18
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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Abbey Fields - further objection from the Society
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20/500015/OUTThe Faversham Society is extremely concerned about the substantial harm that would be done to Faversham if the proposed housing development was to be permitted. The Society, therefore, approached a barrister to prepare a substantial submission on our behalf. Summary The Faversham Society considers that the Conservation and Design Team have erred in their assessment […]

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