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15 Oct 2010

Questions have also been raised as to whether or not the site is needed in light of the coalition government scrapping the previous government’s South East Plan housing targets.
15 Oct 2010

In our comments below we do not comment on the details of the brief, but rather we highlight the policy context of the development and explain fundamental conflicts between the proposals in the Local Plan (and thus in the draft Brief) and the County Highway Authority’s preferred route for the final part of the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road (SNRR).
15 Oct 2010

It is significant that recent changes in Government policy since the previous consultation cannot have been fully considered during the preparation of the Development Brief that we are now being consulted on.
14 Oct 2010

Does the council have an alternative meaning for perpetuity; how does the Council explain the conflict been the proposed s106 with their own Local Plan (Policy C5), and is it lawful?
13 Oct 2010

CONFLICT between plans which could result in a new road ploughing through protected countryside is to be resolved by Kent County Council.
07 Oct 2010

To say that I was astonished by the remarks made by Cllr Wright with regard to Stones Farm would be vastly understating my reaction.
06 Oct 2010

PRESSURE is mounting on Swale Council to reconsider proposals for hundreds of new homes on farmland on the edge of Sittingbourne.
06 Oct 2010

Brian Lloyd, senior planner for the Kent branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) says Stones Farm, in particular, would seem to be a prime candidate for review following the scrapping of regional housing targets.
06 Oct 2010

Michael Baldwin representing the Sittingbourne Society that the developers are totally disregarding the eventual existence of the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road.
30 Sep 2010

Bapchild Parish Council is working with the Kent Wildlife Trust to establish a record of wildlife using Stones Farm.
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