Cabinet Member approval of KCC’s
response to Maidstone Borough consultation
How the decision relates to BS4K and Corporate Objectives
Establishes KCC objection to or support for strategic land allocations for employment and residential development in the Maidstone area.
Impact/costs and risks of proposed decision
Strategic land allocations may have important environmental impacts or establish the need for KCC services to support development.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Decision due: 22 Oct 2012 by Cabinet Member for Environment, Highways and Waste
Department: Growth, Environment & Transport
Contact: Katherine Dove, Senior Planning Officer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
KCC officers and Local KCC Members will be consulted on the Maidstone Borough consultation
Aims and level(s) of consultation (KCC consultation levels attached)
Key consultee groups
Start and finish dates of consultation.
MBC’s Provisional dates: 17 August – 1 October 2012
Equalities Impact Assessment included in the consultation documentation. Please state where this can be found.
NA. This is not a KCC document
Date of publication of consultation outcomes and updated Equalities Impact Assessment
Informing Only (Who and when)
Has the matter already been discussed by a Cabinet Committee? If not when will it be discussed by the Cabinet Committee and the date of the meeting
There has been no previous Cabinet Committee discussion. The only Cabinet Committee meeting to which this decision could be taken is 20th September. However, this will allow only a few days consideration of the published consultation before a report needs to be submitted and may prove impractical.
Is the matter referred to in your Business Plan or Medium Term Capital Programme?
Which Members and electoral Divisions are affected by this proposed decision? Is it All Members?
Financial implications: Katherine Dove - Senior Planning Officer Planning and Environment Tel; 01622 223537 - Email: email@example.com
Legal implications: 12/01919
Equalities implications: N/a