Exhibition about the proposed Cleve Hill Solar Park, July 22 – August 4
Faversham Council offices, 12 Market Place, Faversham
If you are in Faversham in the next fortnight and would like to know more about the devastating plans to construct an industrial-scale energy development on the land between Seasalter and Faversham, please drop in to Faversham Council offices in the Market Place, where the Faversham Society and Graveney Rural Environment Action Team are hosting a display running to August 4th.
This is to raise awareness of the proposed Cleve Hill development and ensure all local residents know what it entails. Information will be available, with people around to talk to visitors, help with any queries you may have and enable you to register for further updates.
Please check the website for opening times: https:/favershamsociety.org/event/cleve-hill-exhibition/
The Faversham Society website includes its detailed and strong objections to the proposal, which are very clear about the social and environmental vandalism involved. Meanwhile, the official examination being carried out by the Planning Inspectorate re the Development Consent Order application from the corporate developers is continuing, through a series of hearings and sessions focusing on specific areas such as impact on biodiversity, nature conservation, landscape, etc. Local residents and allies have been working hard on getting the relevant representations, documents and experts needed to support them during the examination, with support from Swale Council and other bodies.
All support is much appreciated so do get involved if you can – help save our coastal landscape, ecosystem and community from devastation by profiteering private companies, and work towards appropriately-located, sustainable renewable energy generation.