Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Thanet's Green and Open Spaces

By Alan Poole

We recognise that our green and open spaces are vitally important to the people of Thanet and we will do whatever we can to maintain and, if possible, improve them. It is very important for our communities to have local facilities that can be used and enjoyed by all.

It is our policy to resist attempts to build on well-used community green and open spaces and we will ensure that wherever possible only ‘brownfield sites’ are developed.

It is our policy to protect and improve our current tree stock and we will proactively encourage the planting of more trees. It is our policy that for every tree removed three replacement trees will be planted within Thanet.

It is our policy to work towards improving public parks and open spaces, making them cleaner and safer places for the residents to enjoy.

It is our policy to protect animal rights and we will seek to increase our current wildlife habitats.

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