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The abolition of the South East Plan has the potential to re-shape the future of Swale including Stones Farm

Whilst the Borough Council gives regard to this in the revised Development Brief put before us for consultation it also implies that because the 5 year housing land supply is still required that Stones Farm will also be required.

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Good turnout for residents meeting.

Thank you for those that attended the meeting on Sunday, I hope that you found it useful and can now go away and consider your support / objection to the development brief that we’ve been asked to consult on.

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Swale Borough Council plan to steal our legacy

In an audacious bid to deprive future generations of a legacy of Public Open Space, Swale Borough Council plan to take our land to build a road. Swale Borough Council also claims that their plans having the backing of a Government Inspector.

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Residents meeting to discuss Stones Farm

A residents meeting to discuss Stones Farm will be held on Sunday 26th September in the Village Hall. Further details including a time will be announced very shortly

Stones Farm Consultation Extended

Swale Borough Council have kindly agreed to extend the deadline for the consultation on Stones Farm to 5pm on Friday 15th October. Click title to see full details

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Your last chance to have to say on Stones Farm

The final consultation on the Stones Farm Development Brief which will ultimately set the framework by which future planning applications will be governed is now upon us.

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Disdainful commentary from Mr Sharpe not helpful

Disdainful commentary from Mr Sharpe the Doubleday’s planning consultant regarding the Parish Council is not helpful is resolving the significant differences of opinion that still exist in relation to the preparation of the Development Brief for Stones Farm.

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Timescales for progressing Stones Farm

Freedom of Information request reveals secret timescales for progressing Stones Farm. Quite why senior officers from Swale Borough Council felt the need to keep this information from the Parish Council is still something of a mystery.

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Mr Sharpe in denial

It may not have escaped your attention that in last weeks East Kent Gazette Mr Sharpe denied there was any disparity between the proposed route of the new road and the layout of the Stones Farm development.

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Parish Councils Response to Stones Farm Consultation

As promised here is the Parish Councils response to the consultation on the Draft Development Brief for Stones Farm.

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