Monday, March 26, 2007

You Learn Something Everyday!!

Did you know: -
A white line across a driveway in a restricted parking area means that if a vehicle (any vehicle) was parked on the white lines it would not be subject to any enforcement by a Parking Attendant. This means that if you (the resident) was unable to exit your driveway you would need to report the matter to the police because the offending vehicle would be obstructing you from gaining access to the Queen's Highway. However, if you were trying to gain access to your premises the vehicle would not be deemed to be causing an obstruction and there is nothing you can do about it!

The markings are only introduced to assist on any site where residents have contacted the council and outlined particular difficulties they have, and not introduced as a
matter of course.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Previous Week's Planning Applications

If you know of an application or you want to view the planning history of a specific address within the Borough just click on the link below.

Scouts Training Centre Buckmore Park Maidstone Road Chatham Kent - Demolition of semi-derelict equipment storage buildings and construction of replacement building with associated security fencing. Application ref: 07/00701/FL dated 07/03/07

BBC Transmitting Station Warren Road Chatham Kent ME5 9RE - Installation of 1 x 0.3 dish antenna on the existing tower. Application ref: 07/00702/FL dated 01/03/07

For further information make a note of the application ref. and click here

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Litter Picking

Following a recent Conservative Survey there was a strong response highlighting the concern at the amount of litter/fly tipping in the Chatham & Aylesford Constituency. As you would expect we Conservatives lead by example and yesterday we had Councillors and volunteers in organised groups to react to your concerns. Of course this can only be a token gesture but every little helps!! If any one would like to organise a litter pick in their area Allan & Peter would like to hear from you. They are able to arrange the necessary equipment - pickers, gloves and bags. Children also find it great fun!!

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Tracey Goes Blogging!

Chatham & Aylesford Parliamentary Spokesman, Tracey Crouch, has launched her own Blog Site in which she will report on the ups and downs of life as a Parliamentary Candidate.

To visit Tracey click here
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