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22nd January 2010
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Consultations are underway between Canterbury City Council and local residents, as the Core Strategy Options Report has been published, outlining the future aims and development within the borough.

Residents of Canterbury have the chance to read and comment on the Canterbury District Core Strategy Options Report and the accompanying Sustainability Appraisal from 21st January until 5pm on Friday 5th March 2010. Also available to view are the Strategic Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) initial assessment of sites report.

The Core Strategy page to details the reports and appraisals further, and find links to submit comments. Residents can make comments online at, or use the official form which is downloadable from the site or for collection from local libraries listed, or from the Planning Policy Team on 01227 862 199.



The documents and comments forms have also been made available at the following deposit points:

· Canterbury City Council (Main office), Military Road, Canterbury – 8.30am to 5pm
· Herne Bay (Divisional office), William Street, Herne Bay – 8.45am to 4.45pm
· Whitstable (Divisional office), 57 Harbour Street, Whitstable – 8.45am to 4.45pm 
· Kent County Council Offices, Invicta House, Maidstone – 9.00am –5.00pm
Copies are also available at the following libraries:

    •    Canterbury Library, 35 Pound Lane, Canterbury
    •    Herne Bay Library, 124 High Street, Herne Bay
    •    Sturry Library, Chafy Crescent, Sturry, Canterbury
    •    Swalecliffe Library, 78 Herne Bay Road, Swalecliffe
    •    Whitstable Library, 31-33 Oxford Street, Whitstable
    •    The Mobile Library

If you would like paper copies or a CD, please contact Planning Policy on 01227 862 199. There may be a charge for these formats.



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