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Landowner wants more housing on Stones Farm

G.H. Dean & Co Ltd owners of Stones Farm have also objected to the Swale Council consultation on Stones Farm. However, unlike the majority of objections against the development, this objects to the fact that there simply isn’t enough housing and far too much open space.

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No support from our ward Councillor

Our elected Swale councillor Don Jordan remains completely silent on the subject of Stones Farm. Bapchild Parish Council has asked what his position is on this matter and has received no response to date.

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Council leader “misled” residents

Villagers fighting SBC plans for 600 houses on Stones Farm, Bapchild have accused Cllr Bowles of “ at best misleading” them when he responded to the Gazette’s questions last week.

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What can you do about Stones Farm

I have heard from many residents of Bapchild who are concerned about the recent press coverage of the Stones Farm development and wish to know what they can do to object to this proposal.

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Stones Farm

Although Bapchild Parish Council has not officially been informed that Swale Borough Council have selected Stones Farm as the site of choice for the expected shortfall in housing allocation, we do expect to be within the next couple of weeks.

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Bapchild to pay the price

Bapchild will pay the ultimate price for the further expansion of Sittingbourne with thousands of extra houses. Why, because we sit at the junction of two of the largest traffic initiatives in Swale, the Northern Relief Road and the A2/M2 link road.

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