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March 1, 2018

Dover Leisure Centre Has Opened To The Public Following The Securing Of Planning Permission By Hume Planning.

The new £26 million Dover District Leisure Centre has opened in Whitfield after a successful attempt to gain planning permission by Hume Planning. Featuring the first swimming pool in Kent to be built to Sport England specifications for country standard competition, this scheme represents a fantastic opportunity to bring state of the art facilities to the people of Dover.

The new Leisure Centre hopes to address the identified shortfall in sports and leisure provision within the District whilst generating a significant level of employment.

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UPDATE: COVID-19

Whilst HPC will be working remotely in accordance with the government's social distancing guidelines, we will be operating at normal capacity

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Lawful Development Certificate Secured for Annexe in Densole

Hume Planning has successfully secured a Lawful Development Certificate for the independent residential occupation of an annexe in Densole, originally approved as an ancillary use to part of a residential cul-de-sac.

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The importance for housebuilders of approved plans and discharging conditions

Hume Planning has been successful in negotiating a compromise to avoid the threat of enforcement action to demolish a development (an original permission which Hume Planning had secured) by a family run house-builder in Westgate, comprising 4 buildings and 33 apartments, most of which were occupied when the breach was identified.

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