"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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05 Nov 2006
The people of Sittingbourne gave the clearest signal yet that they do not want the expansion proposed by the science park. The Five Parish Opposition Group set up stall in Sittingbourne high street yesterday...
09 Oct 2006
Swale planners comments in sharp contrast to those of the Swale Forward chief executive...
06 Oct 2006
I have read so many comments from Swale Borough Councillors with regards to housing numbers and sites such as Stones Farm being forced on us by central government, that I feel compelled to displace this myth once and for all...
23 Aug 2006
Isn’t it funny to sit back and watch as Swale Councillors such as Andrew Bowles, Don Jordan and conservative spokesman Gordon Henderson operate in blind panic...
21 Aug 2006
CPRE identifies Swale as the worst borough in the whole of the Thames Gateway for building on greenfield sites, with a only a meagre 52% of development on previously developed (‘brownfield’) sites.
20 Aug 2006
The hypocrisy of Cllr Andrew Bowles stance on the Kent Science Park is simply astounding. Following the huge public backlash against the proposals from the Science Park Andrew Bowles is ...
26 Jul 2006
While I urge anyone with an interest in the future of our village to make your opinions know, I find it most disagreeable that the only option for us to do this, is by way of a marketing questionnaire...
23 Jul 2006
The current consultation by the Kent Science Park appears to have backfired as people from all over Sittingbourne go up in arms over the proposals.
15 Jul 2006
As expected the Kent Science Park plans are pretty much the same as those introduced in November 2003. We still have 5,000 new houses, and hugely expanded park and an M2/A2 link road.
04 Jul 2006
I recently received a rather dull glossy book called ‘Invest in Success – South East England 2006-06’ which as you might imagine is produced to draw new business into the region.