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Agenda

Venue: Remote Meeting - The public proceedings of the meeting will be broadcast live and recorded for playback on the Maidstone Borough Council website.

Contact: Committee Services  01622 602899

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

2.

Notification of Substitute Members

3.

Urgent Items

4.

Notification of Visiting Members

5.

Disclosures by Members and Officers

6.

Disclosures of Lobbying

7.

To consider whether any items should be taken in private because of the possible disclosure of exempt information.

8.

Minutes of the Meeting Held on 9 November 2020 - To follow pdf icon PDF 96 KB

9.

Presentation of Petitions (if any)

10.

Question and Answer Session for Members of the Public

11.

Questions from Members to the Chairman (if any)

12.

Committee Work Programme pdf icon PDF 123 KB

13.

Reports of Outside Bodies

14.

Objections to Traffic Regulation Orders pdf icon PDF 77 KB

Additional documents:

15.

Petition - Housebuilding Targets and Infrastructure pdf icon PDF 70 KB

Additional documents:

16.

Local Plan Review Regulation 18 Preferred Approaches Public Consultation Update pdf icon PDF 66 KB

17.

Motion - Anti-Idling pdf icon PDF 42 KB

Additional documents:

Information for the Public

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