"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
Showing records 71 to 80 of 90
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.
26 May 2006
I attended the Swale Borough Council Planning Committee last night on behalf of the Five Parish Opposition Group to speak against the application been made by the Kent Science Park for five technology units.
07 May 2006
Reading the recent article in the East Kent Gazette might have led you to believe that the Kent Science Park has been successful in gaining some ground on their grand expansion plans...
24 Apr 2006
Bapchild Parish Council has been forced to report Swale Borough Council to the Information Commissioner's Office after it failed to provide information under the Freedom of Information Act.
27 Mar 2006
traffic modelling carried out for development of the NRR around Sittingbourne had suggested that it would attract a significant amount of extra traffic
26 Mar 2006
Public representations brushed aside just 24 hours after the consultation period ends as Swale Borough Council agrees to push through their Economic Development Strategy unchanged.
15 Mar 2006
Bapchild will pay the ultimate price for the further expansion of Sittingbourne with thousands of extra houses. Why, because we sit at the junction of two of the largest traffic initiatives in Swale, the Northern Relief Road and the A2/M2 link road.
05 Feb 2006
Well besides the fact that it would plough straight through some of the most beautiful countryside in Kent, ripping apart several villages along the way. You might want to consider the following points...
02 Jan 2006
Swale Borough Council are due to release a Swale Transport Strategy document for public consultation in the next few days. It would appear that this runs in parallel to the current Local Plan Inquiry and the two are considered independently of one another.