Thank you to you all

We’ve had lots of contact from you and many of you have been copying us in to your submissions to RSP.  It’s clear exactly how much time you’ve put in – not only in going through their documentation but in writing your own responses.  Thank you!

Thank you also to those of you have have contacted us to thank the NNF team for the submission that we have put in on behalf of all NNF members and supporters.  We won’t lie, it has been a mammoth undertaking and it’s been lovely to receive your thanks.

One of our members has reminded us today of the fact that RSP acknowledge themselves the negative impact on Ramsgate.  We’ve heard so many people taken in by the slogans, the myths, the sound bites, it’s always good to remind people that RSP know exactly what impact this would have.

During the day:

“12.9.68 Considering that the impact is permanent and that a large number of dwellings within the communities are subject to moderate to major adverse impacts, significant adverse effects have been identified at the communities of Ramsgate, Pegwell Bay and Manston as a result of the Proposed Development. The effect would be characterised as a perceived change in quality of life for occupants of buildings in these communities or a perceived change in the acoustic character of shared open spaces within these communities during the daytime.”

During the night:

“12.9.70 Considering that the impact is permanent and that a large number of dwellings within the communities are subject to moderate to major adverse impacts, significant adverse effects have been identified at the communities of Ramsgate, Manston, Wade and West Stourmouth as a result of the proposed development. The effect would be characterised as a perceived change in quality of life for occupants of buildings in these communities or a perceived change in the acoustic character of shared open spaces within these communities during the night time. “

Don’t forget, any opportunity you have to let your elected representatives know your concerns, please do take them.  And ask what their position is.  Ask them what they think about the ‘significant adverse effects’ and how they intend to preserve the lives, communities, schools, heritage, culture and more of the people who elected them.

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