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Chilmington Green water plans move to the next phase

Posted by on Jan 12th, 2019 in Latest News | Comments Off on Chilmington Green water plans move to the next phase

The next phase of our £1.3 million water network improvement project is about to begin From Monday, 14 January, we will begin laying 800 metres of new water pipes along the verge of the A28 Chart Road and along Loudon Way to reinforce the existing network. This follows work elsewhere in Ashford as part of a wider project to protect the town’s water supplies when the Chilmington Green development is built. Read more on their website

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Parish Council Meeting 12th February 2019 at 19.00

Posted by on Jan 9th, 2019 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Parish Council Meeting 12th February 2019 at 19.00

Parish Council Meeting 12th February 2019 at 19.00

Open Forum – This is an opportunity for Parishioners to speak or ask questions. If you wish to speak, please contact the Parish Manager on 01233 502969 at least four days in advance of the meeting. Please give details of the subject you wish to raise.

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Kingsnorth Parish Council – Local Plan Joint Committee (LPJC)

Posted by on Dec 16th, 2018 in Latest News | Comments Off on Kingsnorth Parish Council – Local Plan Joint Committee (LPJC)

Kingsnorth Parish Council – Local Plan Joint Committee (LPJC)

Save the Date – 4th January 2018 In preparation for the Local Plan consultation process back in 2015 KPC established a Local Plan Joint Committee that would be the forum were residents and Parish Council members could work together to respond to the emerging Ashford Borough Council Local Plan. As outline planning approval has been granted, subject to conditions, for Kingsnorth Green and Bridgefield and Court Lodge will soon follow now is an appropriate time to resurrect the LPJC. A date for the meeting of the PLJC has been set for the 4th January 2019 at 7pm, venue the Small Hall at...

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Kingsnorth Green Development

Posted by on Nov 27th, 2018 in Latest News | Comments Off on Kingsnorth Green Development

Dear Resident, KINGSNORTH GREEN DEVELOPMENT Following the public interest shown on social media and the call for public protest meetings, and the establishment of a resident’s association, Kingsnorth Parish Council (KPC) would like to make residents aware of the process that has to be followed for any new large development. Residents are rightly concerned their environment and how developments could affect their way of life.   The Kingsnorth Green site is a prime example. As the overall population increases there is an obvious demand for more housing. In Ashford Borough several years ago...

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Download the Your Ashford app today!

Posted by on Nov 19th, 2018 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Download the Your Ashford app today!

Download the Your Ashford app today!

If you’ve ever been out in the borough and spotted something that needs tidying up, you can now easily and conveniently report this via the Your Ashford app using your mobile device. But that’s not all. You can also use the Your Ashford app to: Report environmental issues (e.g. fly tipping, dog fouling, etc.) Check recycling and refuse services Report missed bin collections Make payments online (e.g. Council Tax) Find your local councillor Contact the council (there is the option to create an account, so all correspondence will be in one place and both trackable and accessible 24/7). The...

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Cattle Grazing in Kingsnorth Conservation Area

Posted by on Oct 19th, 2018 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Cattle Grazing in Kingsnorth Conservation Area

Cattle Grazing in Kingsnorth Conservation Area

Highland cattle will be moving to the Kingsnorth Conservation area (behind Furley Park School, bounded by Church Hill, Violet Way and Poppy Mead) on the 22nd October. There will be 5-7 cattle, mixture of steers (castrated males) and heifers. They all have impressive horns and have been grazing Ashford Warren, Singleton Community woodland and Hothfield, so are very used to people and their dogs. There will be an emergency number displayed, and the animals will be checked on a daily basis. The job of the cattle will be to eat down the growth of scrub and grass, encouraging (over time) a more...

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