The application scored a huge Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) of 44% which means the project will greatly benefit the habitat and environment around the site. We’re proposing to pause rail plans on the Hoo Peninsula. Instead we’re exploring options to improve local bus services.
Hoo Wetlands planning application now submitted
Future Hoo programme update
The application scored a huge Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) of 44% which means the project will greatly benefit the habitat and environment around the site.Find out more about the project
We’re proposing to pause rail plans on the Hoo Peninsula. Instead we’re exploring options to improve local bus services.Read the news article
Our latest consultation: Community Parklands
Thank you to everyone who came to one of our Future Hoo consultation events this summer.
Our project team visited Hoo Parish Church, Chattenden Community Centre, Hoo Library and The
The consultation focused on the Hoo Wetlands
Roads phase 2 and phase 4 schemes
During the same period, we also shared the designs for the roads phase 2 and phase 4 schemes.
About the future of Hoo
If more homes are built on the Hoo Peninsula there will need to be improvements to roads, transport and environment to support this.
It is essential that the necessary road and environmental infrastructure in and around the Hoo Peninsula is put in place for residents.
Medway's bid focused on significantly improving the Hoo Peninsula's transport connections, environmental infrastructure and having these in place first.
If you have a question about Future Hoo please email email@example.com or leave a message on 01634 331 166.
Work is already underway
We are working with the government to agree the legal and project management arrangements, so that we can move quickly with getting the projects underway.
We are also continuing to develop the project timelines and budgets.
We will also prepare to secure planning permissions for road and environmental investments.
Latest news: Whose Hoo unlocks funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund
The project aims to help residents discover and celebrate the heritage and habitats of the Hoo