Swanley & District Labour Party members and supporters came out in force to promote the Labour stall in Swanley Town Centre, and encourage residents to campaign about high rise flats being built. Continue reading Labour Stall in Swanley
The Conservative Councillors Group of Swanley Town Council met on 26th October and voted unanimously to withdraw the Whip from Cllr. Tony Searles. Continue reading Cllr. Searles Whipped
If you are working 24/7, away on holiday on the 13th October, unable to come out & vote for whatever reason you can register for a postal vote. Vote Labour for a greener, cleaner, safer Swanley. Continue reading Don’t miss out on the Swanley by-elections!
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For those who are not aware there are plans to redevelop Swanley Town Centre. The first phase of the development will probably come to the Development Control Committee at Sevenoaks in November. If you object to the proposals you should contact the Planning Department at Sevenoaks by the end of August. Continue reading Time is Running Out
Letter to the Chief Planning officer YOUR REF: SE/16/02226/FUL I wish to strongly object to the proposals to build tower blocks on the existing car parks in Swanley Town Centre on the following grounds: The building on 350 new flats will be obtrusive to the existing residents in Berkley Court Nightingale Way. The proposal comes before the Overall vision for Swanley was been completed so … Continue reading Swanley Town Centre ReDevelopment Letter
GMB Ballots Members At Swanley Town Council
Our members can no longer tolerate how they’ve been treated in the workplace says GMB. Continue reading GMB Ballot At Swanley Council
“Do you remember when there was a flower bed here with the message “Welcome to Swanley?” This is what it looks like today. Continue reading This is How the Tories Regard Swanley!
It shocked the members of the Swanley Labour Party to learn of the death of Councillor Robert Brookbank on the 3rd August. Continue reading Death of Councillor Robert Brookbank
A £500,000 drop in reserves and balances held by Swanley Town Council was disclosed at the meeting of the Councils Finance Committee on 22 June. This was declared in the Annual Return which had delayed due to demands on the workload of the Town Clerk. Continue reading Half a Million Pound Loss?