Published: 09:17, 13 February 2018
Thanet District Council is inviting residents to identify any further sites that may be available for development as it continues to work on its draft Local Plan, which will set out the long term planning strategy for the district and allocate land for future development.
Any submission should be made using the online form , which can be found on the council's planning consultation website - https://consult.thanet.gov.uk.
This sets out the information the council need to help consider such submissions. If you are not already registered on the consultation website. you will need to do that before submission.
An ordnance survey map extract identifying the site will be required to accompany the submission.
If it is not possible to return submissions electronically, a copy of the form can be obtained from the council's strategic planning team. Hard copy submission should be sent to the strategic planning team at Thanet District Council, PO Box 9, Margate, CT9 1XZ.
Sites identified will be assessed in relation to future development needs through the Local Plan process.
The council has highlighted it is important to be aware that sites brought to its attention will not necessarily be considered suitable or allocated for development.
The deadline is 5pm on Friday, March 16.
If you have previously drawn a potential development site to the council's attention, there is no need to make a repeat submission unless the circumstance of your original submission have changed, or you can provide additional information to support the submission, such as phasing information.
If you have any queries regarding a previous site submission, please contact the Strategic Planning team.
If your site already has planning permission, there is no need to submit a site through this process.
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