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!
Swanley Town Council has called a public meeting on the plans put by Sevenoaks District Council to develop Swanley Town Centre. The meeting will take place on Wednesday 16th August, 7.00pm, at the Alexandria Suite, St, Mary’s Road, Swanley BR8 7BU. Continue reading Residents Meeting Wednesday 16th August
The Chief Executive of Sevenoaks District Council has supplied the answers to Cllr Mike Hogg’s question that they failed to include in the Council Agenda on 18th July. Continue reading Dereliction of Swanley
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
Is Sevenoaks District Council refusing to answer questions about the state they are leaving Swanley in? Or are they just incompetent? Swanley & District Labour Party reports on the failure of Sevenoaks District Council to answer key questions on why buildings are being demolished and left undeveloped. Continue reading Incompetence or Suppression of Questions?
The Working Mens Club closed in May 2014 and was left to become derelict. In February 2015 it was bought by Sevenoaks District Council for £1.25 million with a promise to develop the site for housing and shops. Since that time the club has been demolished, along with the fine former CAB building next door. The site remains a vacant site and an eyesore. Continue reading The Working Men’s Club Site
Tremendous short article by Finley Jones, Swanley & District Labour Party. Continue reading Stabbed in the Back!
Frustrated and angry residents contacted Swanley & District Labour party because they were very worried about the continuing influx of cars trying to avoid traffic jams in that were shooting down Salisbury Avenue at high speed. Continue reading Waiting for a disaster!
Swanley & District Labour Party held a campaigning stall in Swanley Town Centre that was a tremendous success. Continue reading “Great to see you here.”
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