Dover District Council, who are the planning authority responsible for Deal and Walmer, have produced a ‘statement of community involvement’ which states how they will involve the community in planning decisions. It also serves as a useful introduction to the planning process.
The document can be downloaded by clicking the image to the right (pdf 7Mb).
The Deal Society has been asked by Dover District Council to carry out a series of conservation area character appraisals. The 1990 Planning Act requires local authorities to keep conservation areas under review. The Dover District Council Heritage Strategy encourages local groups and residents to get involved in the process. (more…)
This is one of a raft of new initiatives introduced in the Localism Act 2011 which requires Local Authorities to keep a ‘List of Assets of Community Value’. It is also known as The Community Right to Bid and is not related to the listing process or local heritage listing. (more…)
The Deal Society has a booklet which will be of use to owners of properties in the Deal and Walmer conservation areas. It also provides useful information for anyone who is thinking of objecting to a planning application. (more…)