Prologis Planning Enquiry

The appeal for the Amber Lane development has been dismissed with the others being allowed with planning permission granted.  If you would like to read the full report from the Planning Inspectorate it is available below.  It is an interesting read.

Planning Inspectorate Decisions 
Programme for the inquiry which opens 10am Tuesday 3rd December 2019 (subject to change)
Appellant Opening Statement
Council Opening Statement

Prologis Planning Appeals


Thank you to everyone that attended the meeting on Wednesday to talk about the Liberty Property Trust planning appeals.  A strategy was agreed and a further meeting will be held with the kind volunteers that offered to help give speeches at the inquiry.


If you have any comments/information to add to the appeal please email with the details.


The subjects we will be covering are:

a) Ancient Woodland – Amber Lane
b) Emergency Access – Amber Lane
c) Loss of amenity open space/ green belt – Amber Lane
d) Lack of infrastructure e.g. GPs, schools
e) Urban sprawl
f) Loss of employment land
g) Access to Tower View on Christmas Day
h) The mix of residential alongside commercial

Meeting Minutes of 20/11/2019 

Liberty Property Trust are appealing their recent planning applications. Below are the details of each one with a link to the appeal documents.


TM/18/03030/OAEA - Development Site between 1 Tower View and 35 Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill
Appeal Documents
TM/18/03031/OAEA - Development Site North of 51 Amber Lane, Kings Hill
Appeal Documents
TM/18/03033/OAEA - Development site between 23 Kings Hill Avenue & 8 Abbey Wood Road, Kings Hill
Appeal Documents 
TM/18/03034/OAEA - Development site North & East of Jubilee Way, Kings Hill
Appeal Documents


TM/18/03032/OAEA - Heath Farm, Wateringbury Road, East Malling - WITHDRAWN