Please find below information on Chatham Town Centre Concept Masterplan and delivery please make any comments you may have as directed or alternatively make your comments to us and we can feed back your thoughts in our submission before noon 30th September 2019
The future of our town centres is a major concern and is an important area of work for the new localplan. The council is preparing policies for the town centres and High Streets across Medway, and leading on regeneration and investment programmes. It has commissioned work on town centre masterplans and delivery strategies to support both its local plan work and regeneration. Plans have been drawn up for Strood, Chatham and Gillingham. This document has been prepared for Chatham.
This document is published as a draft for consultation. There are a number of areas where updates are needed to take account of recent activities, and to consider other evidence and proposals, as well as minor corrections and clarifications. It is intended that the document sets out an ambitious, but achievable strategy for Chatham town centre, and to stimulate debate about its future.
The council welcomes comments on this draft document. It will take these comments and other relevant information into account in reviewing the concept masterplan and preparing a final version of the document.
You can find the draft consultation document on the council’s website at:
You can also view a copy of the documents at the council’s offices at Gun Wharf during normal opening hours, and at the council’s main town centre libraries in Chatham, Strood and Gillingham.
You can find details of the opening hours and locations of the libraries at:
Please send your comments to the council’s Planning Policy team at:
Post: Planning Service, Medway Council, Gun Wharf, Dock Road, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TR
If you have any queries, you can also telephone the team on 01634 331629.
Comments must be received in writing by 12 pm on Monday 30 September 2019.
This information can be made available in other formats from 01634 333333
If you have any questions about this document and you want to speak to someone in your own language please ring 01634 335577