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  Autumn 2019 Follow the latest news at... TWellsCouncil TunbridgeWellsBoroughCouncil tunbridgewells.gov.uk LOCAL Shaping the borough, making a difference New collections starting soon...see inside   8   p a g e   D  r a  f  t   L o c a  l   P  l a  n  s e e   i  n s  i d e Draft Local Plan Centre Pullout   Theatre Guide Pg 27–30 TW Lotto Pg 10 –11  Centre Pullout Draft Local Plan 26–29  Assembly Hall Theatre Guide 10–11 TW Lotto 24 Museum We produce Local to keep you up-to-date about Council services and news. If you have any comments about the magazine, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us by: E-mail: Local@tunbridgewells.gov.uk Phone: 01892 526121 Post: Lizzie Goodwin, Communications Manager, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Town Hall, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 1RSTWellsCouncil TunbridgeWellsBoroughCouncil To advertise, contact Space Marketing Ltd on 01892 677721 or e-mail davidh@spacemarketing.co.uk Advertising helps to keep our costs down. We do not endorse the external products and services advertised in Local. The information in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. Tunbridge Wells Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for any errors, omissions or subsequent changes. If you require Local magazine in large print or on audio please phone 01892 554273 TW1873 4–7 Recycling 8–9 Climate Welcome to  Autumn Local! 22–23 Out and About Hello This autumn edition has plenty to keep you up-to-date… from events, news and initiatives to special features from our Recycling and Waste team and the Planning team, the first of which is on pages 4–7 and has everything you need to know about your bin collections from 30 September, and importantly, what you can recycle or dispose of in each bin. The second of our special features is about the Draft Local Plan, containing eight pages of information about where new housing and other developments could be located in the borough, the reasons behind this and the timescales we are working to. We’ve featured the dates of the forthcoming exhibition programme, so if you wish to come along and speak with officers, please take a look at the venues near you. The consultation, and details about how to participate online can also be found in the Draft Local Plan feature in the centre pullout. As always, I hope you find your copy of Local magazine interesting and informative. Lizzie GoodwinEditor Good News About Sunday Parking Parking on Sundays in Tunbridge Wells town centre will become a lot more affordable from the 1 October. A three month trial follows a new joint initiative between Royal Tunbridge Wells Together and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.In five of the main car parks in the town centre, all day parking will reduce in cost from £6.30 to just £2, ideal if you are staying for lunch, doing some shopping or coming to see a matinee at the theatre. visittunbridgewells.com 3  Starting from Welcome to your new impr  How to use your bins and a guide to what you can recycle with us. ã Food waste binã Refuse binã Textiles (one small bag next to the bin) ã Small electricals (one small bag next to the bin) Refuse Week Your new recycling collection service means everyone can recycle more materials from home.You should have received a tailored letter earlier in the month to inform you of your collection day and which week to put your recycling and refuse out. If you’ve not seen it, you can find out using the online checker below.Some people may have two collections of the same bin type when moving from the old service to the new. If this affects your first collection you will be able to put out extra if your bin is full: ã Refuse – in a bag next to the binã Recycling – in a cardboard box or paper bag next to the bin ã Food waste binã Recycling binã Green boxã Batteries (one small bag on top of the bin lid) Recycling Week Recycling bin  You should use your brown bin for recycling after your last garden waste collection. Homes that have not had a brown bin before will have one delivered in time for the start of the new service. Please rinse items and place loose in the bin – no plastic bags What can go in the bin? Sweet/biscuit tinsAluminium foil/foil food traysCansAerosols (empty)Plastic pots & tubs (eg butter/yoghurt/ice cream)Plastic food trays & punnets, not black  (eg meat/ready meals/fruit/veg)Food tinsPlastic bottles, clear or coloured (eg cleaning product bottles)Glass bottles & jars (any colour) Fortnightlycollection  tunbridgewells.gov.uk/newUse your postcode to check your bin collection information online. Check your collection day RECYCLING 4

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Sep 22, 2019
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