Inspector alleges Duty to Cooperate failings over unmet housing need
Tarmac and Berkeley Homes troubled by Inspector’s tough line
Sevenoaks District Council posted these letters on their site last Wednesday.
Lead Councillor lashes out in Chronicle
What the Inspector said earlier about the “Duty to Cooperate”
You can read the Inspector’s earlier note here ED37_Inspector_s_Letter_17.10.19_ (4)
Read Sevenoaks response to this note here
See the Council’s Duty to Cooperate Addendum below here
Excluded developers were challenging the Plan in any case
Developers whose proposed sites have not been included in the draft Plan have been challenging SDC’s approach at every turn. Squerryes are among them. More about Squerryes’ Statements and the full range of Examination Hearing documents here.
Squerryes request yet more time on Covers Farm. Consultation now ends on 21st November
Squerryes’ holding company making the application for restoring Covers Farm have asked Kent County Council Minerals and Waste for yet more time. Please note that Kent County Council have extended the consultation on this until 21st November 2019. The Planning Application Number is KCC/SE/0223/2019. Read more here.
Tandridge Local Plan hearings
You can view each of the day’s proceedings at
The Moorhouse site was discussed on Day 3 in the afternoon.
Topics still to be heard: the proposed South Godstone Village and Tandridge’s Green Belt Review.
Site of the former Moorhouse Tileworks, earmarked by Tandridge District Council in its Draft Local Plan for removal from the Green Belt and identified as a Strategic Employment Site.
KWGRG’s Appeal for Funds
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