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"I am opposed to expansion of the Kent Science Park and opposed to massive housing developments south of the A2"
Cllr Mike Whiting prior to supporting HIF bid

Media coverage

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16 Aug 2006

Tory rejects science park housing plan

KENT Science Park's plans for thousands of houses have been described as a "price too high" by a leading Swale politician.
09 Aug 2006

Fears over feedback forms for park plan

OPPONENTS of the controversial Kent Science Park developments fear feedback from the public may be inaccurate because of a discrepancy between consultation forms.
04 Aug 2006

Science park is not popular with the residents

PLANS to expand Sittingbourne's Kent Science Park during the next 20 years could back-fire - if people power wins.
02 Aug 2006

Rural pressure group condemns park plan

A PRESSURE group has condemned Kent Science Park's controversial plans to build thousands of homes in the Sittingbourne countryside as wanton destruction of the rural environment.
26 Jul 2006

Anger as park plans go public

THE OPPOSITION group fighting huge plans for housing, a new link road and an extended Kent Science Park has been inundated with calls from concerned residents.
13 Jul 2006

Massive expansion planned for science park

SITTINGBOURNE is at the heart of a science jobs revolution after controversial plans were unveiled.
30 Mar 2006

Kent Science Park 3rd Adjournment Debate

This is the third time that I have raised the issue of the Kent science park in the House. On 14 July 2004 I had an Adjournment debate on the issue
01 Feb 2006

Gloves are off as road link debate heats up

A NEW road link from the A2 to the M2 must be paid for by central government, says Swale Council leader Cllr Andrew Bowles.
25 Jan 2006

New M2 link backed but who will pay for it?

A NEW road between the M2 and A2 south east of Sittingbourne has been identified as a key project for further development.
04 Jan 2006

Greens condemn 'costly expansion of parks'

PROPOSALS to extend the park at Woodstock will be costly to the environment and the community, says Kent Green Party.