Sinah Public Meeting

November 13, 2017

Please find attached the Development Consultation Forum Agenda for this Tuesday, 5:30 pm onwards to view Barratt's proposals, 6 pm prompt start to the Public Meeting with Full Council.  This is an important Meeting concerning Hayling's future.  Please note that Havant B.C.'s Infrastructure study of Hayling is not complete and this is an opportunity for the Developers to hear residents' concerns; our arguments must focus on relevant, material planning matters and issues.  Representatives of the RSPB and Hants & IOW Wildlife will be there and we hope that the Press will be too.

 

Development Consultation Forum

 

Site Address: Land North of Sinah Lane, Hayling Island

 

Council Chamber, Havant Borough Council, Public Service Plaza, Havant PO9 2AX

 

Date: 14 November 2017

 

 

Timetable

 

 

17.30

 

Developers display in the Council Chamber.

18.00

 

Introduction – Councillor David Guest

18.05

 

Explanation of process and outline of planning policy and planning history –Andrew Biltcliffe, Head of Planning Services

18.15

 

Presentation by Developers

18.35

 

Invited Speaker – Dave Parham, Save Our Island

18.40

 

Invited Speaker – Anne Skennerton, Hayling Island Residents Association

18.45

 

Invited Speaker – Rosie Law, South West Hayling Group

18.50

Consultation comments – Daphney Haywood, Principal Planning Officer, Planning Services

19.00

 

Chairman invites Developer and their team to respond to any issues raised by invited speakers

19.10

 

Chairman invites questions from Councillors

19.40

 

Andrew Biltcliffe – Summary

19.50

 

Chairman closes Forum meeting

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