Its a busy week for our new Local Development Framework, which is to have its own council meeting tonight where it will be recommended to councillors. There is a 6 week legal challenge period following the adoption decision by Council and consequently hard copy versions of the Core Strategy and Proposals Map changes will not be printed until after 29 May.
For the present, hard copies of the changes recommended to the Core Strategy by the Council (the “Post Hearings Version”) are available in the public libraries together with a copy of the inspector’s report which supported the changes, with the addition of the inspector’s binding recommendation regarding the Hogsmill Valley.
Make sure that you are happy with the content of this document which is our planing blueprint for the future and will be key in determining the fate of the Filter Beds. It will be expounded tomorrow at:
Kingston Society Meeting 18 April 2012 at 7.30 p.m.Tiffin School
The new Planning Policy Framework: What difference will it make in Kingston?
Discussion led by Andrew Lynch from the Planning Dept. RBK