A turning point for Faversham? Historian Arthur Percival speaks about the Standard Quay decision

A turning point perhaps, but today we learned that despite the unanimous vote against the proposal for a restaurant on Standard Quay, there is to be an appeal so the arguments have to be gone through all over again… It’ll be tiresome but it’s got to be done. Advertisements

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Swale Borough Council meets at the Black Building, Standard Quay

Sad, isn’t it, that they could even consider turning this into a restaurant. I hope they make the right decision, but the hostility shown to the chap with the camera may not be a good sign… By the way, banning filming of meetings like this seems to be in contravention of Government guidance on the … Continue reading Swale Borough Council meets at the Black Building, Standard Quay

Compare and contrast: Standard Quay without its barges and Maldon, where barges are many and tourists flock

While this is Faversham in January this year, after most of the barges left: If you think Maldon has things right while Faversham has it wrong, there’s still time – just – to let Swale Borough’s councillors know what you think about the restaurant proposal by the way – see this earlier post. For more information, … Continue reading Compare and contrast: Standard Quay without its barges and Maldon, where barges are many and tourists flock