OTTERPOOL PARK, TAKE PART IN A COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS WORKSHOP
Come along and take part in a special workshop about Otterpool Park, the proposed new garden town situated seven miles from Folkestone, close to Westenhanger train station and Junction 11 of the M20.
You may have taken part in workshops before or attended one of the drop-in events to find out more about the plans and offer your feedback. This session allows us to share our plans with you, and to explore relevant issues and guiding principles for Otterpool Park, before the Garden Town proposal is submitted as a planning application.
There will be two workshops, taking place on Tuesday 19 June 2018. The first will be from 2:30pm to 4:30pm (registration from 2pm) and the second from 6:30pm to 8:30pm (registration from 6pm) at Leas Cliff Hall, The Leas, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 2DZ.
The programme and format will be exactly the same for both sessions, as follows:
2:00pm – 2:30pm Arrival and registration
2:30pm – 4:30pm Briefing presentation; workshop to explore and review issues
6:00pm – 6:30pm Arrival and registration
6:30pm – 8:30pm Briefing presentation; workshop to explore and review issues
When confirming your attendance, please state your preferred workshop. We will do our best to accommodate your choice however it is not guaranteed.
RSVP to book your place
Please note this is an invitation only event. To reserve your place please RSVP by email. If you are unable to attend but would like to send an appropriate colleague/representative in your place, then please forward their details to email@example.com. We can accommodate a maximum of two representatives from each organisation.
In order to help with catering numbers and other logistical details, please confirm your attendance at the workshop by no later than Monday 4th June, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to these workshops, there will be an open public drop-in exhibition event taking place that you are also very welcome to attend. This event is open to all.
Date: Wednesday 20th June
Time: 2pm – 8pm
Location: Westenhanger Castle, Stone St, Westenhanger, Hythe CT21 4HX
We would like to encourage as many people as possible to attend the drop-in exhibition, so please free to forward the details of the public exhibition on to those who may be interested within your organisation or neighbourhood.
Andy Jarrett Garrett Peters
Folkestone and Hythe District Council Cozumel Estates
The Stage 1 and 2 Community Engagement reports, which detail feedback gathered during community sessions held so far, are available on the website: www.otterpoolpark.org.
About Otterpool Park
Otterpool Park is a proposed garden town in East Kent, situated seven miles from Folkestone and accessible from Junction 11 of the M20 and Westenhanger train station.
In partnership with the local community, Otterpool Park will provide the homes and jobs that will enable future generations to remain in the area in which they were raised, and the necessary facilities and services to support the residents, as well as bringing increased economic benefits to Shepway’s wider communities. Plans for the garden town will include homes, land for employment, shops, schools and medical centres, as well as extensive open spaces and access to the countryside.
Otterpool Park is a long-term project, spanning approximately 30 years. With a collaborative approach and careful masterplanning from the outset, Otterpool Park will bring value, sustainability and a high quality of life to local residents.