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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

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06 Feb 2010

FARMLAND on the edge of Sitting-bourne has been urgently earmarked for 600 homes by Swale council. Proposals for the development on Stones Farm in Bapchild have been drawn up and building work could begin at the end of next year.
30 Jan 2010

We're having an estate slapped in our faces say residents. The construction of 600 homes on farmland on the edge of Sittingbourne could begin as soon as the end of next year.
23 Jan 2010

Following the publication of the consultation draft of the Stones Farm Development Brief SPD, the Council has had an opportunity to consider its position on the way forward.
10 Jan 2010

Exhibition on Stones Farm development to be held at Bapchild Village Hall on 24th January 10-4pm and 26th January 2-6pm. This is an consultation being undertaken by the land owner Doubleday and is being undertaken without the Borough Councils involvement.
22 Dec 2009

Swale Borough Council have sent a letter to Mr Paul Sharpe the Doubleday’s planning consultant expressing the Council's concern at the intention to undertake consultation on a draft development brief without prior consultation with the Council and ahead of other future consultations on the Northern Relief Road.
11 Dec 2009

Mr Paul Sharpe who looks after the planning interests of the Doubleday’s on issues such as Stones Farm, the Kent Science Park and Fleetwood Transport on Hempstead Farm is also a member of the Swale Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment Partnership that identifies sites with potential for housing and their likely delivery.
06 Dec 2009

That’s the verdict of the Doubleday’s planning consultant Mr Paul Sharpe following a consultation exercise which was recently conducted in relation to the development of Stones Farm.
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