Join the Clean Air Protest – 29th December 2018 – 10:30 until 12:00 – Starting at St Dunstan’s Church

Join the Clean Air Protest – 29th December 2018 – 10:30 until 12:00 – Starting at St Dunstan’s Church

Pilgrimage for Clean Air – Protest Against the Multi Storey Car Park

Saturday, 29 December 2018
10.30am — 12 noon

Details: Meet at St Dunstan’s Church at 10.30, march to the Westgate, go up the High Street, turn left into Mercery Lane, go along Sun and Orange Streets and by the Marlowe, back down the High Street, up St Dunstan’s, turning right into Station Road West. The pilgrimage will finish in this area. 

This protest has been organised by The Canterbury Society, please visit their Facebook page for the full details:
https://www.facebook.com/events/497427510748551/

Sign the Petition to say NO to multi-storey car park

Canterbury Clean Air has started a petition to protest against the building of a multi-storey car park at Station Road West. This is a heavily congested area and this huge car park will encourage additional traffic and  worsen the already high levels of air pollution. It is contrary to Canterbury City Council’s modal shift policy.

We the undersigned petition the Council to abandon plans for a multi-storey car park at Station Road West. It will ruin the conservation area, create more traffic and increase already illegal levels of air pollution in St Dunstan’s. Air pollution affects the health of everyone. This over-sized car park will attract more vehicles into the city and increase congestion in Canterbury. We want the Council to promote and fund sustainable transport options by improving facilities for cyclists, pedestrians and bus users and not spend £9.1 million encouraging more car use.

This ePetition runs  from 28/02/2018 to 31/12/2018

Response to Station Road West Multi-Storey Car Park formal Planning Application

Following the public consultation in July last year (2017) for a proposed multi-storey car park next to Canterbury West Station, and despite enormous public objection and concern, Canterbury City Council have proceeded to submit their proposal to planning.

Canterbury Clean Air has followed up it’s consultation response with a response to this new formal planning application.

The Canterbury City Council planning page for the application CA//17/02915 is accepting public comment until 8th March 2018 so please put your own objections in.

Canterbury Clean Air’s response to the planning application is listed under the “Documents” tab of Canterbury City Council’s site and be downloaded as a PDF here.

An web version of the document is available to view here.

Canterbury Clean Air responds to Station Road West Multi-Storey Car Park Consultation

Following a call from Canterbury City Council for public consultation on the proposed development of a multi-storey car park at Station Road West, Canterbury Clean Air created a formal response to the consultation and submitted it for consideration by the relevant authorities.

The response can be viewed online here or downloaded as a PDF.

We are ever growing as an organisation and hope to attract more members with legal and environmental expertise to bring to bear against future affronts to air quality in Canterbury.