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27 May 2011

The residents have Swale have spoken and overwhelmingly opposed the expansion of the Kent Science Park with a massive 85% majority
18 Mar 2011

Members of the Swale Joint Transportation Board recommended no further progress on the missing link until Kent County Council (KCC) comes forward with an alternative proposal to move traffic to the M2.
16 Mar 2011

PROPOSALS for the final stage of Sittingbourne's Northern Relief Road have been rejected by a council committee until plans for a southern link to the motorway are put forward.
21 Jan 2011

Funding still needs to be found to finish a road that will ease pressure on the town centre network.
18 Jan 2011

Local MP, Gordon Henderson has cleared up confusion about Government funding for the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road.
17 Nov 2010

The announcement was made during a speech made in Parliament by Philip Hammond, the Secretary of State for Transport. This was subsequently relayed by officials from the Department for Transport (DfT) and further propagated by the Thames Gateway Chamber of Commerce, in the local press by Your Swale and on Gordon Henderson’s website.
10 Nov 2010

PROGRESS on the final section of the long-awaited Northern Relief Road is to be examined by Kent county councillors. Earlier this year, people were asked for opinions on a route for the link between the Eurolink Industrial Estate and the A2 at Bapchild.
19 May 2010

ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners have launched a strongly worded bid to stop a controversial road being built through green-belt land near Sittingbourne. The Campaign to Protect Rural England's Kent branch said plans for the final phase of the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road use "the most damaging and insensitive route that could have been selected" and called for them, to be scrapped.
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.
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