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Cllr Baldock was elected as the new leader of the council at an extraordinary council meeting last week, and he replaces Cllr Roger Truelove, who announced he was stepping down last month.
Trenport East Hall Park Ltd are seeking your views on their proposals for up to 330 new homes on land to the west of Church Road adjacent to East Hall on the north-eastern edge of Sittingbourne.
After almost three year heading up the coalition that runs Swale Borough Council, Cllr Roger Truelove is to step down
Gordon Henderson MP is backing Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean campaign and is encouraging his constituents to get involved.
Community groups and voluntary organisations in Swale can apply for grants from Swale Borough Council to host events in celebration of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this June.
People could see the borough's first electric refuse collection vehicle collecting their refuse, recycling and garden waste as part of a trial by Biffa.
People can now have their say on Swale Borough Council’s plans to regenerate Sittingbourne town centre. The plans are outlined in a draft supplementary planning document that is now available for public consultation after it was approved by councillors in December.
The council is planning to install a new play area and fitness equipment at Manor Grove and Johnson Road play area in Sittingbourne is looking in better shape after work to spruce up the equipment was carried out.
Swale Borough Council is writing to local Kent County Councillors to ask them to oppose £2.3 million of cuts to homelessness support.
In a significant development for the hugely controversial Highsted Park proposals which are not part of the councils plans, the two speculative planning applications submitted for the development are currently not lawful as they needed to include an environment statement setting out the significant effects of the proposals on the environment.