Wednesday, 11 February 2015

No to 1000 homes at Westgate and Garlinge




Representatives of the Westgate and Westbrook Residents Association protest on the steps of Thanet District Council last Friday morning. A petition of well over a thousand signatories and hundreds of protest letters were handed in. This will force a debate by full council on the proposed 1000 houses at Westgate and Garlinge detailed in Thanet's Local Plan.

The petition is still on going and can be signed at the Bake House and several shops in Westgate. Protest letters can still be sent to the council or handed into the Bake House.

You only have until 6th March 2015 to respond. You can do so by completing the online questionnaire, sending a protest letter, signing the petition, downloading a questionnaire and completing it to email the Council, obtain a paper copy at the council offices to complete and hand in to the council offices. If you require any help with a response contact Westgate and Westbrook Residents Association.
Further information is obtainable from ‘The Bakehouse’ in Westgate or online at ‘Westgate Development Concerns’ where you can join the on line petition.

Further help

Westgate and Garlinge Development Concerns

Drop-in Help Sessions

There is still time to make your views known!

If you would like some help:

to write your objection letter to Thanet District Council
                                                                (Deadline March 6th)


to sign the E-petition on Thanet District Council’s website                                                  (Deadline 31st March)

 Come along to one of these drop-in sessions:

All 10.00am – 12.00pm at Westgate Pavilion

 Saturday 14th February

Saturday 21st February

 Saturday 21st March (e-petition only)

Saturday 28th March (e-petition only)

 No need to book in advance. Just come along

More details of on line petition :

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