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Further delays in Northern Relief Road consulation

The final section of the Northern Relief Road will now not go to public consultation until next year and most likely not until after the general election.

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Counil say yes to more housing

Well it didn’t take long for Swale Borough Council to backtrack on their refusal to allow the Meads estate.

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Northern 'Relief' Road to create havoc

The traffic modelling carried out for development of the NRR around Sittingbourne had suggested that it would attract a significant amount of extra traffic according to Swale Borough Council’s principle engineer.

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Welcome relief with benefits all round

THE FIVE parishes' opposition group of Bapchild, Bredgar, Milstead, Rodmersham and Tunstall welcomes the news that funding has now been secured for the completion of the Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road...

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Route March to Move Road

AN ARMY of householders is being formed to oppose the £40 million Northern Relief Road. Last week's news that the long-awaited route north of Sittingbourne would become a reality..

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Approval for £40m road to ease town congestion

ONE of the last pieces of the jigsaw in Sittingbourne's complicated road network is about to be put in place. The long-awaited Northern Relief Road is on its way — but at a price. Its cost has spiralled to more than £40 million.

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Road funding welcome as building costs spiral

THE NORTHERN Relief Road has been seen as lynch-pin of Swale's commercial future. It is also one of the biggest road-building plans in Kent. Ultimately, the route will link the A249 at Grovehurst with the A2 east of Bapchild.

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