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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

Showing records 71 to 80 of 83

01 Sep 2004

Vote of confidence for science park

THE expansion of Kent Science Park in Sittingbourne has received the backing of technology and inward investment firm ANGLE Technology.
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15 Jul 2004

Kent Science Park debate

I am extremely grateful to have been granted this debate on the Kent science part and its owners, LaSalle Investment Management, the pension fund for Mars UK Ltd.
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27 May 2004

Kent Science Park

Sittingbourne is undergoing change. It has been, in football parlance, a second division town. I’d like to see us playing in the premier league sometime over the next 20 years. How do we win promotion?
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26 May 2004

High-tech park plan slated by Greens

The GREEN party has condemned proposals to expand the Kent Science Park, near Sittingbourne, criticising the expansion of land for industrial uses.
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19 May 2004

Why application of science is way forward

Few issues in Swale stir up emotion like the proposed expansion of the Kent Science Park.
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02 Apr 2004

Hoodwinked over new homes

Furious villagers claim they are being hoodwinked over expansion plans for the Kent Science Park, which could lead to the construction of 5,000 homes.
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19 Mar 2004

Science Park's big challenge

DEPUTY Prime Minister John Prescott has kick-started a controversial homes-and-jobs scheme that could transform two villages.
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12 Mar 2004

UK to get new science park

Rt Hon John Prescott, UK deputy Prime Minister, has unveiled plans to build a three quarters of a million square feet science park in Kent, south east of England.
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02 Mar 2004

John Prescott MP views plans for Kent Science Park

Rt. Hon John Prescott, Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State launches the new Kent Science Park as a driving force in the UK’s science economy.
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18 Jan 2004

Fury at proposal for new M2 link

Environmental groups and Sittingbourne residents have reacted furiously to plans earmarking Greenfield sites for a motorway link road and the development of up to 1,000 homes.
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