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Land at Sheerways in Ospringe is not to be sold

12 May Faversham News

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Why social housing matters

Vicky Spratt draws on her family's experience to explain why council housing was a good thing. "All parties came to have a clear focus on state-funded housebuilding in this “golden age”. Between 1939 and 1953, 1.3 million council homes were built. By 1961, another million had been added. Social housing was a national asset, both […]

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The FCLT Challenges the Housing Mix at Lady Dane 2

We are concerned that a situation is presented where it is apparent that RSL’s are evidentlydictating Swale’s affordable housing mix tenure policy. It is noted that no justification orexplanation of the RSL’s stance, as to why they cannot address the policy tenure mix, isevidenced on the planning portal. We believe that if Swale are compelled […]

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Victory for campaigners against 'unaffordable' large new homes

FCLT director Steve Atkins explained: “Housebuilders have been building far too many larger homes in Faversham recently while building very few one- and two-beds. “As a consequence of this prices have gone up, and they’ve become unaffordable. There’s a significant need for small housing around the town. “Three-and-a-half thousand homes are proposed for Faversham, and […]

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Phase 2 Lady Dane - FCLT objection to planning application promoted by Crest Nicholson

We object to the proposals on two counts: (1) The development mix is unbalanced and weighted too heavily in favour of ....

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The FCLT challenges the housing mix at Phase 2 Lady Dane

Download a copy of our representation to Swale Planners

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New Faversham Housing Noticeboard 

Faversham Community Land Trust has set up a new Facebook group called Faversham Housing Noticeboard

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Housing Needs Survey

Faversham Community Land Trust has commissioned Arc4 to carry out a housing needs survey on our behalf. 

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“Help-to-buy” should really be called “help-to-sell”.

"The help to buy schemes enable a first-time buyer to borrow 20% of the cost of the new built house from the government on top of their mortgage and thus increasing the “affordability” of the house. It is important to point out that this is a gross distortion of the market, as essentially the state […]

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Swale Borough Council's Emerging Local Plan

There was no clear decision at the Local Plan Panel meeting on the distribution of housing numbers across Swale for the next Local Plan.

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