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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Planning Committee Decision on BSMP 28/02/24
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Submission on Cleve Hill to Swale Planning Committee 28th February
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Ordnance Wharf, Faversham - Time Line and Comments.
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Cleve Hill Battery Safety - Barrister's Letter to Swale
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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23/505301/LBC 2 Abbey Street: The Anchor
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Neighbourhood Plan - current status
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Independent Assessment of the Safety of Lithium Ion Batteries
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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Former Sadlers, 1 Market Place
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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23/504413/FULL Superstore North Lane ME13 7DY
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The Faversham Society broadly welcomes these proposals which, happily, uses one of the traditional methods of extending an old building.  At the same time it rationalises and simplifies the somewhat confused layout of several mid and late 20th century alterations at the rear of premises.  We do however have one or two detailed comments:

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