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Prior to the commencement of the meeting, the Chairman invited the Leader of the Council to say a few words in memory of former Councillor Robert Bliss. A moment of silence then followed.
Declarations of Interest
Members of the Council should declare any discloseable pecuniary interest or any other significant interests in any item/s on this agenda.
There were no declarations of interest at the meeting.
Places and Policies Local Plan - Adoption
This report summarises the findings of the planning Inspector’s report into the Places and Policies Local (PPLP). The report recommends that Council adopts the PPLP with Main Modifications identified by the Inspector, and the Additional Modifications, so that the plan can be used decide planning applications.
The report summarised the findings of the planning Inspector’s report into the Places and Policies Local (PPLP). The report recommended that Council adopt the PPLP with Main Modifications identified by the Inspector, and the Additional Modifications, so that the plan can be used decide planning applications.
The Chairman introduced the item and made the following announcement:
“It is not possible to propose amendments to the Places and Policies Local Plan. . As set out in Section 4 of the report, the legal position is clear. The law says that local authorities must either adopt the plan with the Inspector’s recommendations in full or not adopt the plan at all. There is no option to modify the plan further – that would be beyond the council’s legal powers”.
Proposed by Councillor Monk,
Seconded by Councillor Wimble; and
1. That report A/20/01 be received and noted.
2. That the final report of the planning Inspector who carried out the examination of the Places and Policies Local Plan be noted;
3. That the Submission Places and Policies Local Plan be amended to incorporate:
a) The Inspector’s Main Modifications as set out in his report (Appendices 1 and 2);
b) The Council’s Additional Modifications;
c) Amendments to the Policies Map; and
d) Any other minor formatting changes or minor corrections that are necessary for clarity or comprehension; and
4. That the Folkestone & Hythe District Places and Policies Local Plan be adopted, with the amendments set out in recommendation 3, to form part of the development plan for the district.
(Voting figures: 17 for, 12 against, 1 abstentions).