Residents who wish to have their say in the U+I planning proposals for Swanley Town Centre may want to use this letter as a guide. You may add or subtract points as you choose, but do try to keep the format with planning reference number, etc. Continue reading Have Your Say!
From August 8th, and with no notice, U+I have increased the parking charges for the Town Centre car parks from 25p for the first hour to £1. A fourfold increase. Continue reading Parking Charges Shoot Up
Tremendous short article by Finley Jones, Swanley & District Labour Party. Continue reading Stabbed in the Back!
Labour members have been petitioning in Salisbury Avenue and the surrounding roads, after residents complained about drivers speeding down this residential road. Continue reading Stopping the Speeding in Salisbury Avenue
Hugh gives us his view on the history of pensions, and how the Tories are putting the screw on pensioners with their 75 pence increase. Continue reading Pensions
Young people under 22 will no longer receive Housing benefit, homeless charities are horrified and the Government produced an impact report but won’t publish it, presumably because thousands of young people will be at risk of becoming homeless. Continue reading Tory Government attacks young homeless
Despite previous denials, we now find out the Government has been presenting us with “alternate facts” Continue reading Government “sweet heart deal”
This week’s BBC News revealed that the Dartford Crossing, one of the worst places in Kent for air pollution, has been designated a rural road and is not being correctly monitored. Continue reading Dartford Crossing Cover Up
We’re still plagued with fly tipping in Swanley and our nearby roads, like this rubbish dumped in Leydenhatch Road. Improving our local environment is one of the priorities of Jackie Griffiths, our candidate in the White Oak by-election. Continue reading Fly Tipping Plague in Swanley
A mystery ( unless political ideology is being put before education needs) Continue reading Why has Treasury taken back £384m of school funding?