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Land near Studfall Castle and Lympne Castle © Paul Wells

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Folkestone & Hythe District Council is experiencing a period of rapid environmental, social and economic change with a vision to see the district flourish into a distinctive area of high-quality towns.


Regeneration of Folkestone, and ambitious plans for a new garden town at Otterpool Park are underway. At the same time, it will be essential to protect countryside and heritage assets. The District Council is addressing the implications of change through a place-shaping approach. The aim is to draw from the district's own characteristics and unique potential, to achieve high quality new developments.

Bartholomew Street, Hythe © Grassrootsgroundswell / Flickr 

The Folkestone & Hythe Place Panel has been established to advise on development and regeneration projects coming forward across the district, which has contrasting rural landscapes and urban environment.


The Folkestone & Hythe Place Panel is chaired by Joanne Cave, partner at David Lock Associates.

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Quarterhouse, Folkestone by Alison Brooks Architects © Dennis Gilbert

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Three Hills Sports Park, Folkestone by Hollaway Studio

Folkestone & Hythe panel members

Joanne Cave (chair)

David Bickle

Tony Burton CBE

Nicole Collomb

Michael Copeman

Melissa Dowler

Jayne Earnscliffe

Luke Engleback

Barny Evans

Julie Godefroy

Louise Goodison

Guy Hollaway

Jack Hosea

Phil Jones

Kasang Kajang

Soraya Khan

Selina Mason

Stephen Proctor

Glen Richardson

Robert Sakula

John Stiles

Judith Sykes

Joe Todd

Glyn Tully

Liz Vinson

Dafydd Warburton

Gus Zogolovitch

Terms of reference

Annual report

Land near Studfall Castle and Lympne Castle © Paul Wells

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