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How long does planning permission take Maidstone?

How long does planning permission take Maidstone?

Decision. It takes at least 8 weeks to decide on minor applications, 13 weeks for major applications and 16 weeks for applications accompanied by an environmental statement.

How do I contact Maidstone council?

If you want to change or cancel a bulky collection, you’ll need to call us on 01622 602600 by 11am the working day before your collection is due.

How long do you get to comment on a planning application?

within 21 days
A consultation letter or a site notice will specify a deadline by which comments should be submitted – and this will also usually be set out in the planning application pages on the authority’s website. Normally comments have to be made within 21 days of the consultation commencing.

What council does Maidstone?

Maidstone Borough Council
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Is Maidstone a town or city?

Maidstone, town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Kent, southeastern England. It is located astride the River Medway, 38 miles (61 km) southeast of London. The largely rural borough surrounding the town covers a large area of central Kent.

What council is Kent under?

Kent County Council
Kent County Council is a county council that governs most of the county of Kent in England. It is the upper tier of elected local government, below which are 12 district councils, and around 300 town and parish councils….

Kent County Council
Seats 80 councillors

Who runs Maidstone Borough?

Your Councillors

Leader of the Council & Leader of the Conservative Group: Councillor David Burton
Leader of the Maidstone Group: Councillor Martin Cox
Leader of the Independent Group: Councillor Steve Munford
Leader of the Labour Group: Councillor Paul Harper
The Mayor: Councillor Fay Gooch

Is Maidstone a London borough?

Why is Maidstone so called?

The name Maidstone is derived from the Saxon Maeidesstana, given as Meddestane in Domesday Book (1086), and is taken to mean “the maidens’ stone.” At the time of the Domesday survey, the settlement, noted for its salt production, eel fishing, and flour milling, belonged to the archbishop of Canterbury.

Why is Medway not in Kent?

Are the Medway Towns part of Kent? Yes, of course they are. Just that Medway opted out of being under Kent County Council control back in 1998. Keen to have more control over its roads and services, Medway Council was formed by the amalgamation of Gillingham Borough Council and Rochester-upon-Medway.