Due to the forthcoming lockdown a decision has been made to keep the Community Bus off of the road for the duration.
This will be a great disappointment to many, but I am sure you will appreciate that the health and well being of parishioners and drivers is a priority.
If the lock down is lifted on the 2nd of December it is hoped that the bus will go out on Thursday 3 December.
Balfour Beatty, on behalf of Highways England, will be undertaking trial hole and survey works this week on two A2 slip roads in Gravesend.
WHEN: On Wednesday 28 October, between 9pm and 5am
WHAT: Night-time closure of the A2 westbound slip road from Halfpence Lane
WHEN: On Thursday 29 October, between 9pm and 5am
WHAT: Night-time lane closure on the Gravesend East A2 slip road
These surveys are to help LTC better understand the locations of existing underground utilities along and near to the proposed route of the Lower Thames Crossing.
Message from Gravesham Borough Council Planning ConsultationsDear Sir or Madam
Gravesham Local Plan Regulation 18 (Stage 2) Consultation
Local Plan Core Strategy Partial Review and Site Allocations Document and Development Management Policies Document
We are undertaking a Partial Review of the Gravesham Local Plan Core Strategy and proposing detailed Development Management Policies. To ensure that the issues that affect people who live, work, visit and may want to invest in the Borough, we carried out a Regulation 18 (Stage 1) consultation between April and June 2018, which sought your views on two documents:
Before progressing further, we would like your views on how and where to positively plan for the Borough’s futures. We are therefore undertaking a Regulation 18 Stage 2 consultation, which will run for seven weeks from 09.00 Friday 23rd October 2020 to 17.00 Thursday 10th December 2020.
We would welcome your comments on the following documents, which are available, along with response forms, on the Council’s consultation webpage at: https://localplan.gravesham.gov.uk.
If you wish to view the documents electronically and do not have access to a computer or the internet, you can book a library computer terminal at www.kent.gov.uk/libs
Due to the current situation, we are encouraging people not to come to the Civic Centre, in the interest of trying to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). For the same reason, it would not be prudent to hold in-person consultation events around the Borough, although these may resume should the situation improve as the Local Plan moves forward.
How to comment
We are encouraging comments to be submitted online using the response forms on the Council’s consultation webpage. If this is not possible, please download the relevant response forms and either:
Please note that your comments, including your name, will be made public and provided to the Planning Inspectorate in due course. Comments received without sufficient information, will not be taken into account.
If you experience any difficulties accessing the Consultation webpage, please contact Customer Services on 01474 56 44 22.