RTW Town Forum - Consultation Documents


CONSULTATIONS
Tunbridge Wells Borough Council Consultation Portal

2016

TWBC Website - CONSULTATIONS




This section contains documentation for consultations
on which the Royal Tunbridge Wells Town Forum will give comment in due course.



Consultation concerning
"Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Licensing Policy"


Town Forum members and everyone in the Borough can submit comments concerning the Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Licensing Policy. It reviews Tunbridge Wells Borough Council's policy aimed at the "taxi trade" and makes some changes to the existing policy to bring it into line with recent changes in legislation e.g. safeguarding.
Consultation ends on 17th March 2017.
Comments can be posted on the Portal for TWBC CONSULTATIONS.


Response concerning "Expansion of car parking in RTW"

RTW Town Forum16 Jan. 2017 - RTW Town Forum Response regarding Car Parking in RTW
TWBC PLANNING and TRANSPORTATION CABINET ADVISORY BOARD meeting



Consultation concerning "Permit Parking Zones A and C in RTW"

RTW Town Forum6 Jan. 2017 - RTW Town Forum Response regarding Parking Zones A and C


Tunbridge Wells Borough Council proposes alterations to restrictions within Permit Parking Zones A and C: TWBC has announced a public consultation about increasing the amount of time when parking is restricted to PERMIT HOLDERS ONLY in residents parking Zones A and C. Comments can be posted on TWBC CONSULTATIONS
In both zones A and C the restriction will be permit holder only parking, Monday - Saturday from 8am to noon and then from 3pm to either 7pm or 8pm depending on the street.
On Sundays, it will be permit holder only parking from 11am to 3pm.


Consultation concerning "Calls for Sites" (Local Plan 2013-2033)

RTW Town ForumAug. 2016 - RTW Town Forum Response regarding Sites for Future Housing


The Town Forum submitted its response to the Borough Council's call for sites under the Local Plan 2013-2033.
Royal Tunbridge Wells cannot accommodate more new housing than its share of the 300 units annually as agreed in the recent Local Plan.
The Town Forum calls on the Borough Council to seek a different strategic approach and proposes a plan including "Investigating Garden Village sites to relieve pressure on existing settlements".








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