more time to have your say
PUBLISHED: 16:36 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:25 23 August 2010
THE consultation period for the Heritage Quarter redevelopment has been extended. Gravesham Borough Council has extended the period another week to hear residents views on the £120million proposal for housing and business space. A council spokesman sai
THE consultation period for the Heritage Quarter redevelopment has been extended.
Gravesham Borough Council has extended the period another week to hear residents' views on the £120million proposal for housing and business space.
A council spokesman said: "The poor weather after Christmas was taken into account and the council wants to ensure that everyone who wants to comment on the plans has the opportunity to do so." Comments will now be accepted until February 19.
Detailed plans are available to view at the Civic Centre and are online at www.gravesham.gov.uk/planning, application number 20080696.
Advice day for
ORGANISATIONS from across north Kent will be on hand for a day of advice and guidance for those living with learning disabilities.
The TRACS day is due to be held at Gravesham Place, Bath Street, Gravesend, from 1pm on Saturday.
Mayor of Dartford Jennifer Rickwood will open the event that will feature North Kent Independent Advocacy Service, Advocacy Partners, Kent Supported Employment, and Arrow Riding School.
Others taking part include the Foundation for people with Learning Disabilities, Dartford Adult Education, Arriva, Cygnets Leisure, North West Kent College, Dartford District Partnership Group, Carers relief service, Dartford Links ad The Kent Card.
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