Swanley Town Centre: Time to end the Tory blame game. All over our district, Tory councillors are blaming their failure to stand up for local people on bad central government policy. Continue reading Tory Betrayal!
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!
In November of last year, the Development Control Committee at Sevenoaks unanimously rejected U+I’s plans to redevelop the Town Centre. Continue reading The Future of Swanley Town Centre
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
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!
The Conservative Chairman of the Planning Committee walked out before the start of meeting on 6 September. Continue reading Proposed Eleven Storey Tower Block
A resident of Swanley provides a detailed critique of U&I’s proposed development of Swanley Town Centre. Continue reading More Objections!
People can now see how extensive the plans are for Swanley. The most graphic image of U&I plans for developing Swanley Town Centre. Continue reading Devastating Swanley Town Centre!
The proposed 11 storey building is too high for Swanley town centre. (Planning ground: visual amenity. In any location where the highest adjacent buildings are 4 storey and most only 2 storey, an 11 storey building will be completely out of scale. With Swanley being on top of a hill, the tower will be visible for miles in the surrounding countryside. Continue reading A Resident’s View
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!