An application at “Land south of Penn’s Yard” has been received by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Planning Department for:
“27 no. affordable rent residential units (2×2 bed and 7×3 bed houses, 6×1 bed and 4×2 bed and 4×2 bed flats, 8×2 bed maisonettes) with 48 car parking spaces, garden areas, communal amenity space, children’s play . . . → Read More: Penns Yard Development.
The Co-Op’s bid to open a store in Pembury has been unanimously rejected at the Borough Council Planning Meeting. The Co-op’s plan to turn the old garage site opposite the village green into a convenience store was turned down on 29th October.Representatives from the Pembury Society, Parish Council and Camden Avenue spoke against the Plan.
. . . → Read More: Co-Op Plan Refused
Following a letter from County Councillor James Tansley it has been agreed to defer the case until 29th October or 19th November to allow more time to prepare a case (and hopefully for them to address the issues raised by KCC Highways Department).
It would also appear that the Co-Op are willing to hold a . . . → Read More: Co-Op Meeting Deferred
The Co-Op application for 3 High Street Pembury is to be heard at a Public Meeting at the Tunbridge Wells Town Hall on Monday 17th September at 17.30. They are now recommending approval of the application.
We’d encourage you to register your interest and concern by attending this meeting. Whilst speaking slots are limited a . . . → Read More: URGENT – IMMINENT CO-OP PUBLIC MEETING
7 March 2012
Mr J Kehoe Head of Planning Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Town Hall Tunbridge Wells Kent
Dear Mr Kehoe,
Ref: 12/00473/FUL Change of use from vehicle repair workshop (Class B2) to convenience retail (Class A1) - 3 High Street Pembury Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent TN2 4PG
I am again writing on behalf of . . . → Read More: 3 High Street – Planning Application for Change of Use
We the below object to the proposed development of 27 new homes at Penns Yard for the following reasons:
1. The proposed site lies entirely within The Metropolitan Green Belt, which currently ensures the character of Pembury village is maintained
2. Increased pressure on the local infrastructure such as
GP’s Schools General Transport and roads . . . → Read More: PENNS YARD Development Petition