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Faversham Neighbourhood Plan

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Faversham Town Council is preparing a new statutory plan for Faversham Creek under new powers granted by the government. (the Localism Act 2011).  Neighbourhood Plans give communities direct power to plan the areas in which they live - but they relate only to the use and development of land in their area.  A steering group including Town Council Members has been set up to oversee the development of the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan. For background information click on Neighbourhood Plan.

Please click here to view the Neighbourhood Plan details from Swale

Click here to view the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan website.

The content of the Neighbourhood Plan consultation exhibition, held on 7 and 8 June 2013, together with the associated questionnaire and feedback forms, can be accessed on

Dusk at Faversham Creek

Find out more about the process and timescale and how you can get involved by clicking on the links below. 

The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group held a public exhibition on Saturday, 5 May 2012 at the Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham. The exhibition showed emerging ideas from the Neighbourhood Plan process to date.  In addition, landowners attended the exhibition to display their plans and ideas for their sites. 

The options were: -

    Option 1 - Employment
    Option 2 - Housing 
    Option 3 - Mixed Development

All comments made both on the day and subsequently to the Town Council, were collated. 

Steering Group Minutes

All  agendas and minutes can now be viewed here  

For further information on the Neighbourhood Plan contact the Faversham Town Clerk, Jackie Westlake
 01795 594 443

If you wish to see a copy of the recent Faversham Creek Streetscape Strategy please contact the Faversham Town Council who have a number of hard copies available for reference.

The information displayed at the public exhibition on Saturday, 5 May, 2012, is available to view at  .