Anne Salmon has been actively involved with
the work of the Faversham Society for most of
her life from the restoration of Chart Mills in
1969 with her father, Peter Salmon, her uncle,
Jack Salmon, with Andrew Osborne and Arthur
Percival. She also represented the Society at
Kent Federation of Amenity Societies
conferences with Peter Salmon. Anne has been
on the Faversham Society Council and then the
Board since 2000.
Anne has been a member of the Planning
Committee since 1987 and Chair since 2000.
As a Chartered Town Planner with 30 years’
experience, Anne has the expertise to make
representations on behalf of the Society on
planning applications and planning documents
at all levels. Anne represented the Faversham Society successfully at the Public Inquiry on
footpath ZF5 in 2014. Anne was a founder
member of the Steering Group for the Creek
Neighbourhood Plan and worked on drafting
the plan and organising the public consultation.
She prepared the Basic Conditions Paper and
Consultation Statement for the Plan, the latter
of which received specific commendation by
the Inspector. Anne also co-authored the
Undesignated Heritage Paper which extends
protection to heritage assets not covered by
listing. She was also involved in drafting the
initial comments from the Society on the Cleve
Hill Solar Power Station ahead of the Inquiry
later this summer.