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"To put the record straight, the owners of Kent Science Park have no wish to develop homes in the vicinity of the science park"

James Speck

Media coverage

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27 Jun 2008

Science park chiefs jeered by opponents

KENT Science Park workers came under fire for alleged speeding, abusive behaviour and speaking on mobile telephones while driving during a heated public meeting.
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25 Jun 2008

Rural link road is not part of science park plans, says site boss

Site manager James Speck said its current plan is designed to benefit the area by creating new jobs and will not lead to a link road between the A2 and M2, funded by the creation of thousands of homes, within the five years.
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25 Jun 2008

Science park plan debated

A PUBLIC debate on Kent Science Park's plans for a further £2 million investment takes place in Tunstall village hall today.
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20 Jun 2008

Fight to block science park expansion

CAMPAIGNERS are ready to regroup to fight the latest plans to expand Sittingbourne's Kent Science Park.
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18 Jun 2008

Where will the expansion end?

CAMPAIGNERS have expressed fears about Kent Science Park's £25 million expansion plans - saying it could open up the countryside to further development.
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11 Jan 2008

Mixed reaction as park expansion is refused

A DECISION to turn down plans that would have created 100 jobs has been branded a "major disappointment".
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09 Jan 2008

Science park's growth plans turned down

The decision to reject a Kent Science Park planning application on road safety grounds has been heralded as a victory for local knowledge.
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02 Jan 2008

Park traffic problems rumble on

TRAFFIC-calming measures on rural roads around Kent Science Park were
considered by councillors.
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02 Jan 2008

Mixed report on science park but bosses still upbeat

KENT Science Park has welcomed the views of a government inspector despite his lack of support for the park's six-hectare expansion plans.
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14 Dec 2007

Gateway's plans stay as chief goes

SITTINGBOURNE'S regeneration remains on track despite the sudden departure of Thames Gateway Delivery Unit chief executive, Judith Armitt, according to Swale Forward.
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