Get ready to register as an Interested Party

We will know if the application gets through the current ‘Acceptance’ stage by Friday 14th December. If it does, then the next stage is ‘Pre-examination’ during which you can register to become an ‘Interested Party’. Registration ensures that you will receive formal notifications during the Examination process and gives you important participation rights. Any member of... Continue Reading →

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KMTV coverage: Kent MP ready to fight plans for huge Solar park – YouTube

Here's some coverage from KMTV. Great to see this, but please can reports show properly what the solar panel design for this is actually like? We're facing dense, east-west, industrial, mega-panels - these are not like the pictures of solar panels that are used in this film. Also, we must not get distracted by changes... Continue Reading →

Export, and import?

The first interesting thing we found in the application is outlined in the 1.2 Application Form file. This is a copy of the information that the developers entered into The Planning Inspectorate's website as part of their submission. Question 22 'Additional information for specific types of infrastructure' asks for details on certain types of development.... Continue Reading →

Our guide to the application

The DCO application, submitted yesterday, is made up of 133 files, which takes up 2.87GB of disk space. It's difficult to access and, as expected, there's a lot of information here. We've created a dedicated page to help unpack it and we'll keep this updated as we work through it all. You can find it in... Continue Reading →

On the edge of the solar dream

This article is written by one of our local residents. It describes very well how the Cleve Hill proposal is much more than, and in fact nothing like, your typical solar park. Romantics can see the beauty of the ‘solar dream’. The power of the Sun’s rays reaching down to the surface of the Earth... Continue Reading →

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