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 Welcome to Broadstairs & St Peter's

Putting People First

 Broadstairs & St. Peter’s is a picturesque town with a vibrant community, staging many activities and festivities.  

       The Town Council aims to support and strengthen the community, and to help bring continued prosperity to the Town. We hope this website is informative to both visitors and residents alike. 

 Latest News

Thanet Election Event 24 February 2015 Poster 

If you are interested in becoming a Local Councillor, why not come along to the Kent Association of Local Councils Election Awareness Event on Tuesday 24th February in the Community Room at Tesco Extra Broadstairs from 7pm to 8.30pm. Refreshments are being served from 6.30pm onwards. 


Thanet Local Plan Poster
The Thanet District Council
Public Consultation on the Thanet Local Plan Preferred Options is taking place from 9 January – 6 March 2015.  

The public are invited to attend 'drop in sessions' where you can engage with planning officers. There is also be an on-line survey for residents to submit their views from 9 January 2015 and a hard copy survey will be available for those without computer access.


 Neighbourhood Plan for Broadstairs and St Peter's.

We have nearly completed Stage One: Getting Established. 

What happens next?

Thank you to everyone who responded to the District Council consultation on the designation area for our Neighbourhood Plan.

Thanet District Council's cabinet will now consider the designation in the first few months of 2015, probably in April.

Why has the Town Council asked for a Neighbourhood Plan area covering all of Broadstairs and St Peter's? It carried out its own consultation, and 92% of respondents said the Neighbourhood Plan area should be the same as the boundary of the parish of Broadstairs and St. Peter's. The other reasons are set out in the Town Council's application for designation to Thanet District Council.

For an interactive map, showing the Broadstairs and St. Peter's Parish Boundary, please click here and follow the blue "map" link.

For information on the Neighbourhood Plan, and how it could make our lovely town even better, click here.