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18
MAR
ArrivaClick, which has been operating a smart minibus service in and around Sittingbourne, including Kent Science Park, turns one year old in April and has launched a children’s birthday card design competition to help celebrate.
13
MAR
The council’s secretive relationship with developer Quinn Estates has been exposed via a Freedom of Information request which has highlighted that some of the councils most senior officers colluded with Quinn Estates...
2
MAR
The council’s waste and recycling service has been affected by the severe weather conditions over the past few days which has resulted in a new timetable for next week.
28
FEB
Each year Sittingbourne in Bloom invites Sittingbourne primary schools to submit designs for the summer bedding to be planted in the bed in the central reservation of St. Michael’s Road near the East Street roundabout.
13
FEB
This March local charity Litter Angels and Swale Borough Council are joining thousands of other Litter Heroes to clean up Swale.
10
FEB
Last week, Gordon Henderson MP, visited The Ship Inn pub in Conyer to present the chef, Kevin Murray, with a certificate of nomination for the Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year Award 2018.
1
FEB
Before I begin I must stress that nothing has yet been agreed and this is at the conceptual ideas stage, although some councillors and the council themselves have already been busy lobbying government and preparing bids which openly promote the concept ahead of the public consultation.
14
JAN
Progress on the review of the Local Plan which has to be adopted by 2022, is escalating at a rapid rate of knots but how open and transparent will it really be? Will we simply be given a choice of options A, B and C when actually would not choose any of them?
4
JAN
Before the ink was even dry on the adopted Local Plan which had only been agreed days earlier in July the Council had already decided to pursue a line of enquiry, which includes the expansion of the Kent Science Park, Southern Relief Road and new motorway junction 5a that could have fundamentally implications for what has been agreed.
29
DEC
The Kent Science Park in partnership with developer Quinn Estates has put forward proposals for 11,250 houses, 120,000 sq m of commercial space, a new motorway junction and Sittingbourne Southern Relief Road connecting the M2 to the A2 in Bapchild.
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