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11 Mar 2010

A lot of people have quite rightly enquired as to why the route of the Northern Relief Road which was originally envisaged to go north of Hempstead Farm in previous studies, was diverted to go through the south side of the farm, resulting in the needless destruction of properties and running very close to other residential dwellings.
11 Mar 2010

Mr Sharpe has written to Kent Highways Services regarding an interim stage one expansion of Hempstead Farm which you can read for yourself below.
08 Mar 2010

As promised here is the Parish Councils response to the consultation on the Draft Development Brief for Stones Farm.
08 Mar 2010

It may not have escaped your attention that in last weeks East Kent Gazette Mr Sharpe denied there was any disparity between the proposed route of the new road and the layout of the Stones Farm development.
03 Mar 2010

HEAVY rain caused sewage to pour into gardens in Bapchild where residents have been plagued by flooding for more than 10 years.
03 Mar 2010

OBJECTING to the principle of new houses being built on farmland on the edge of Sittingbourne is a waste of time, residents have been warned.
28 Feb 2010

Once again a big thank you to those of you turned up today and managed to endure the best part of two hours of me boring you to death.
28 Feb 2010

Here are the details of where to send your responses to
19 Feb 2010

AN EXHIBITION of plans for the final section of the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road attracted more than 200 people. The proposals for the fourth section of the £35.51 million relief road scheme were unveiled at a two-day exhibition in Bapchild at the weekend.
17 Feb 2010

PROPOSALS for the final section of Sittingbourne's long-awaited Northern Relief Road were met with a mixed reaction at their unveiling in Bapchild.
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