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01 Aug 2017

Many thanks for sending through the consultation leaflet regarding a proposed significant housing development at School Lane, Bapchild. As you are aware this leaflet was not sent by or on behalf of the Borough Council, but is purely a private initiative.
29 Mar 2015

Washbourne Field Planning acting on behalf of Kitewood Estates Limited, a privately held residential development company, whom has an interest in approximately 4 acres of land off School Lane, in Bapchild has made an approach to Bapchild Parish Council to discuss a small development of 14 dwellings.
20 Aug 2014

We’ve had an amazing response from residents regarding Stones Farm and my phone has been very busy indeed, so sorry if the line has been engaged. Naturally we have been asked a lot of questions about this; here we hope to answer some common ones.
31 Jul 2014

Outline planning application for the hugely controversial development of Stones Farm in Bapchild is out for public consultation now.
22 Nov 2013

The Borough Council has written to us to outline the timetable for the progression of the Plan. On 5th December the findings of the consultation will be reported to the Local Development Framework (LDF) Panel.
21 Nov 2013

KCC have provided an extension to the brick earth extraction behind Hempstead House Hotel until 2020 at which time the site must be restored to its former use.
04 Dec 2012

Following last weeks Planning Committee a site meeting has been arranged for Monday 10 December 2012 at approximately 10:00 am.
28 Nov 2012

A FARMING business's expansion plans have been backed by a Swale council planner. GH Dean and Co has applied to build an extra fruit store and storage shed at its headquarters in Hempstead Lane, Tonge.
26 Sep 2012

NO CHANGES are going to be made to the Stockbury roundabout in the near future, the Highways Agency has warned. Traffic congestion at the A249 and M2 junction is among the worst in Kent and Gordon Henderson MP said it should be tackled as a priority.
26 Sep 2012

Swale council has been forced to re-evaluate its Core Strategy targets after doubts were raised over whether enough homes had been proposed to house the workforce required to fill the new jobs.
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