"To put the record straight, the owners of Kent Science Park have no wish to develop homes in the vicinity of the science park"
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30 May 2007
THE deputy mayor of Swale is at the centre of a police investigation into alleged election fraud. Conservative councillor for Tunstall, Alan Willicombe was due to be quizzed by officers...
04 May 2007
Independent candidate Monique Bonney wins by clear majority, ousting Don Jordan the conservative councillor for that last 20 years.
02 May 2007
Derek Wyatt presented the Five Parishes Opposition Group petition to the chamber.
30 Apr 2007
Don Jordan states a number of facts about conservative’s position on the Kent Science Park and Northern Relief Road, which are completely untrue and highly misleading at best.
15 Apr 2007
Andrew Bowles leader of Swale Borough Council along with Gordon Henderson conservative party spokesman would have us believe that their ambitions for an A2/M2 link road would not be aligned to the route as proposed by the Kent Science Park
14 Apr 2007
Well it didn’t take long for Swale Borough Council to backtrack on their refusal to allow the Meads estate to expand any further.
11 Apr 2007
CAMPAIGNERS battling Kent Science Park's controversial expansion plans hope they will inspire villagers to vote one of their members on to Swale Council.
02 Apr 2007
The Five Parishes Opposition Group and the Kent branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE Kent) have once again met with high-level policymakers to discuss greenfield building plans around the Kent Science Park (KSP) near Sittingbourne.
01 Apr 2007
Judging by comments made by Andrew Bowles leader of Swale Council and Gordon Henderson conservative spokesman their favoured route for an A2/M2 link would be through Lynsted.
28 Mar 2007
New KSP planning applicationThe Kent Science Park has just applied for a change of use on one building away from ‘Scientific and Development Purposes’ to ‘Non-residential education and training centres’.
The building originally destined for 40 small start companies will now provide training facilities just 15 students.