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South East Plan Consultation

The unelected South East England Regional Assembly is asking for your opinion on their South East Plan document

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Double Knitting Wool

When, or if, you are spring cleaning can you please gather together any double knitting wool that you do not want. Please give it to Mandy at 15 Morris Court Close.

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Bapchild and Tonge W.I. News

BAPCHILD AND TONGE W.I. had a very successful birthday party in February attended by guests from the Bredgar Group and friends.

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What will come of our village?

I WAS completely and utterly astounded by the headline that faced me (East Kent Gazette, March 15) about the suggestion of potential development of 800 new homes in Bapchild.

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The economic strategy consultation farce

Public representations brushed aside just 24 hours after the consultation period ends as Swale Borough Council agrees to push through their Economic Development Strategy unchanged.

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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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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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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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1,600 extra houses for Swale

Kent County Council have just issued a further set of proposed modifications to the Kent & Medway Structure Plan.

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