The meeting papers for the next Faversham Town Council meeting, with the minutes of the previous meeting, are now online. Points to note:
1. The council spent £10,625 on the Neighbourhood Plan exhibition for the consultant, leaflet, leaflet drop, drawings and sketches, hire of the Alexander Centre and the development and maintenance of the website.
2. At the Neighbourhood Plan steering group meeting tomorrow (25 July) the public “would be able to ask questions for a short time before the start of the meeting. The public would not be able to take part at any other time during the meeting. The public would also be asked to withdraw during any discussion relating to specific sites, comments of landholders, and matters involving information of a confidential nature. In the light of recent behaviour by some members of the public at the Neighbourhood Plan Illustrations Exhibition, it was important to remind everyone of the need to act in an appropriate manner. If there
was any disturbance (which technically included any interruption by the public), that member of the public would be asked to withdraw from the meeting.
3. At the Town Council meeting on Monday 29 July, at which the feedback from the Neighbourhood Plan exhibition is scheduled to be presented to the council, there will be ten (10) minutes allocated for questions from the public.
Does The Public have any comments?