At a packed meeting in Crockenhill village hall residents were informed of the latest planning plans proposed by Sevenoaks District Council that could have an impact on the village. Continue reading Latest News from the District : Crockenhill
Our report in September exposed the fact that Conservative Cllr D Morris was the owner of the property Godfreys at Otford Road Sevenoaks. This site was identified as potentially suitable for change of use to housing development and as such had been included in the draft Sevenoaks District Local Plan under the “Call for Sites” exercise. Continue reading Conservative Councillor Exposed Update
Conservative councillor Deirdre Morris failed to declare her ownership of land recently earmarked for housing in the controversial Sevenoaks District Draft Local Plan. Continue reading CONSERVATIVE COUNCILLOR EXPOSED AS OWNER OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT SITE
This article aims to bring to your attention U+I Plc’s appeal against the rejection of their plans to capitalise on Swanley Town Centre. Continue reading U+I Plc’s Appeal Update!
Thank you to everyone who signed the petition to save Kent’s bus services. Continue reading Buses Back on Track
Swanley is Britain’s number one commuter hotspot. Property prices have increased by £36,484 (nearly 11%) over the past year. Continue reading Swanley Property Prices Soar
Last night, Tuesday 21st November, Sevenoaks District Council agreed to increase money paid in allowances to the Leader, Portfolio Holders, and Committee Chairmen and other elected members. Continue reading COUNCILLORS INCREASE THEIR EXPENSES – AGAIN!
On Thursday 16th November the Development Control Committee at Sevenoaks District Council unanimously rejected plans to build a series of tower blocks in the car parks of Swanley Town Centre. Continue reading Victory over U&I!
Labour Councillor Mike Hogg is going to ask the Leader of Sevenoaks Distinct Council the following question at the Full Council Meeting on Tuesday 21st November. Continue reading Questions Sevenoaks District Council Must Answer!
A GROUP OF SHOP VOLUNTEERS are calling on a charity for the elderly to reverse its shock decision to close its popular charity shop in Swanley town centre. Continue reading Save Our Shop