Latest news - development proposal for land at the back of Maydowns Road Eton College resubmitted an application for a mixed use development on land at Bodkin Farm including 290 houses. Read the parish council response here and the logistics map here . At the development management meeting held on 11 November 2014 Canterbury City Council voted 10-0 to refuse the application. However, Eton College have already lodged an Appeal with the Inspectorate. To view their Appeal case click here and the covering letter . Read the parish council's further response to the Appeal here. It is anticipated that the Appeal will last for 8 days and be scheduled from 18 August 2015 starting at 10am in The Guildhall, Canterbury.
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