Due to the resignation of Michael Wilkinson, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council.
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To allow pole testing works to be carried out, Kent County Council has made an order to temporarily prohibit through traffic on part of Nethergong Hill & The Glen, Upstreet on 6 December.
Click here for the public notice from Kent County.
UK Power Networks has informed us that there will be a planned power cut on Island Road in Upstreet on 1 November between 09.30-16.30hrs. This is to replace decaying electricity poles. There is more information in their letter which can be found by clicking here.
Chislet Parish Council today sent a letter of objection to Canterbury City Council (CCC) Planning and Enforcement to object to Planning Application 21/02265 for retrospective permission for the installation of a digestate storage ecobag bag with construction of bund.
Our full letter can be found here (click here). Councillors objected to the process by which the application has come about, pollution risk and traffic danger.
When voting on the approval of the letter one councillor declared an interest. Two councillors supported and six councillors objected to the application.
Chislet Parish Council is aware that the recycling collection in Upstreet did not take place last Thursday. It has been reported to City Councillor Carnac and collection will be made as soon as possible. The management of refuse collection has recently changed and CCC has acknowledged some conversion issues that have led to missed collections, even though the vast majority are apparently occurring as scheduled in our district. You are strongly encouraged to report a missed bin collection using CCC's website so that a profile of experience can be documented. To report a missed bin collection, click here.
Chislet parish council has been made aware of workers visiting residents in our village offering to tarmac driveways with excess material from a local job. We would like to remind residents that Chislet parish council has no involvement in or endorsement of this activity. We strongly suggest potential customers do their due diligence about such superficially attractive offers.
Chislet Parish Council recently submitted feedback as part of the consultation process for Canterbury City Council’s New Local Plan 2040.
Our letter can be found by clicking here.