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DB symmetry update

Posted: Mon, 15 Apr 2019 15:55 by Alison McLaven

We confirm that the Secretary of State has decided not to call in either the last approved planning application or the appeal. We felt that this decision would lead to the applicant cancelling the Appeal Inquiry and you will see from the attached letter that the Inquiry date has been cancelled and the appeal left in abeyance.Obviously we are all disappointed by the turn of recent events but we are currently investigating whether or not there are other options open to us.Just to clarify the situation, DB Symmetry have been given outline approval only and there is still a lot of detail for them to submit and obtain approval, so, we do have further opportunities to input and comment upon them.

Request for support calling in DB Symmetry planning application

Posted: Wed, 27 Mar 2019 11:47 by Alison McLaven

The Parish Council would appreciate it if as many residents as possible supported our request to 'call in' this application. We have attached a letter and documents relating to this. Please email support for this to and

19th March Possible meeting date - KBC/DB Symmetry

Posted: Wed, 06 Mar 2019 09:16 by Alison McLaven

It has come to our attention that KBC may decide to hold a planning committee meeting on Tuesday 19th March however this would not be announced until 5 days beforehand. Please therefore mark this provisionally in your diary and I will confirm as soon as we know. Usually their meetings start circa 7pm and are held at their offices off Bowling Green Road.

Also in a previous post one of the email addresses for you to write to was incorrect and should have been i.e.the uk was omitted from the end, apologies



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