Swale has begun the process of creating a new local plan which amongst other things will determine which sites go forward for housing.
The Faversham Society in beginning the exercise of looking at the sites which have been put forward for development. Swale planners have begun to do site assessments which the Faversham Society will critique and prepare its own evidence.
Once a formal planning application is put in Swale has 16 weeks to determine the application which can mean that the Society has as little as 3 weeks to prepare its submission. It is therefore important that the Society is prepared.
Now that there is a draft Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment published by Swale the Society must begin to look at the sites to ensure that it is well informed when commenting on sites.
All the documents are available on the Swale Planning site - for ease of access the links are here
Local Plan Panel 11 June 2020
Agenda reports pack PDF 7 MB
Swale Borough Local Plan Review: Transport Modelling Evidence PDF 223KB
Appendix I Swale Local Plan Model Rerun Summary Report_draft_ , item 3. PDF 6 MB
Sequential Test PDF 76 KB
Appendix I - Sequential Test , item 4. PDF 1 MB
Infrastructure Delivery Plan scoping report PDF 96 KB
SBC has published a Swale Employment Land Review (08/2018) this contains a review of potential sites for employment land
Other Local Groups/Resources
AQMA5 Greenstreet Watling Street: A2- Teynham/Lynsted with Kingsdown