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Discuss the Duchy of Cornwall Plans for SE Faversham
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Saving Abbey Fields
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Pedestrianising Faversham's Town Centre
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Objection to Holiday Homes at Brogdale
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Objection to a planning application for the Almshouses
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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UK's giant battery 'farms' spark fears of explosions that can reach temperatures of 660C
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Cleve Hill: The Challenge for Swale Borough Council
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Grid-Scale Lithium-ion Batteries – the Next Grenfell?
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Objection to further development at Brogdale
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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Supplementary Objection to Abbey Fields Development
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Abbey Fields abuts the east boundary of the Faversham Conservation Area. The character of the landscape immediately within the Conservation Area here is one of historically and visually significant open space (itself a rare feature within the Conservation Area as a whole). Among other things this space provides part of the historic setting of the nationally […]

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