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15 Feb 2009

The application for four additional classrooms, additional parking and remodelling of the existing school buildings is to go before KCC's planning application committee next week.
07 Jul 2008

A decision has been made by Swale Borough Council to take enforcement action on three of the four stables illegally located on Stones Farm, requiring removal of the field shelters/stables from the land within three months of the Notice taking effect.
15 Feb 2008

The Parish Council have visited the school to discuss the proposed extension plans for new permanent buildings to replace the current mobiles, and the citing of a further temporary mobile classroom to accommodate the Owl & Pussycat Preschool who will be moving from their present location in the village hall.
10 Feb 2008

Unfortunately the Parish Council has not been able to obtain an update on the progress of the application. We had been led to believe that the application would go before the planning committee before the end of January.
04 Feb 2008

The owners of Hempstead Farm wish to divert the footpath that currently runs through their farm yard slightly further along Hempstead lane to run alongside the neighbouring houses and southern edge of the farm buildings.
04 Feb 2008

Bapchild and Tonge Parishes Councils were present at Hempstead Farm to witness a clear breach of the conditions of the planning application for the parking of lorries on the site by Fleetwood Transport.
14 Dec 2007

The recent revised retrospective application for a single stables structure at Stones Farm is set to go before the planning committee in late January 2008.
28 Oct 2007

It would appear that a number of news articles have recently appeared attacking the plans of local farmer Kevin Attwood, who farms at Doddington near Sittingbourne, to build thousands of homes in Kent.
27 Mar 2007

In what appears to be a planning loophole the land owner of Stones Farm is conducting a game of planning application tennis, whereby they submit an inadequate retrospective planning application and the planning department then reject it; they submit another inadequate planning application and so on
13 Dec 2006

IT WAS with great interest that I read Swale Council's Tory leader Andrew Bowles and his colleague Cllr Don Jordan's grand announcement (Letters, November 29) that they are now supporting the opposition of the Stones Farm housing development in Bapchild.
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