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Major New Developments: Ashford Borough Council

Major New Developments

Major Sites Team - An Overview

The Major Sites team is a multi disciplined team that is made up of experienced planners and urban designers who work together on the boroughs larger and strategically important developments. Due to the complex nature of the developments, members of the major sites team regularly work along side Kent Highways Services, Kent County Council and the Highways Agency to ensure high quality developments that come forward in a coordinated way.

Strategic projects - The borough has a rich heritage but is also embracing growth with its ambitious plans for the future. The large-scale developments that collectively are our Big 8 projects emphasise this ambition, illustrating how the council intends to unlock major opportunities, deliver new jobs, housing, retail and cultural facilities.

Major Sites Charter - The major sites charter is a working tool for applicants and the local authorities setting out in easy stages what is needed when. It's a simple project management tool that we will commit to using and we encourage applicants to do the same.

Supplementary Planning Documents - Ashford Council have adopted planning documents which you will need to consider when making your application. These adopted documents are created to improve quality and maintain Ashford's high build standards by setting a benchmark of what the site needs to achieve.

Section 106 Agreements - A brief introduction to planning obligations and Unilateral Undertakings.

Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) - An update on the council's progress

Development Update - The biannual development update (incorporating the Local Development Framework update) provides you with the latest information on planning applications and approvals on major development taking place in Ashford.

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