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Hextable Development – Update


Our consultation process to ask residents for their views on what should be done at the Parish Council complex site, which started on Monday 10th September, continues.  We are receiving paper forms from residents indicating their views of the various options for the developed part of the parish complex.  The early indication provided by the council’s appointed independent market research company, who have so far compiled the first responses given on 10th September, is that the responses are mixed, with support indicated for each of the options. 


The consultation closes on 1st October, and therefore we continue to urge all our residents to provide their thoughts and comments based upon the proposals presented.   We are encouraged by the interest so far, and we look forward to hearing all the thoughts and ideas that residents have.  It is likely that the final results will be provided to members mid-October.  However, last night (17th September) at the Parish Council meeting, members resolved unanimously for the final results provided by Lakes Market Research, to be provided to the new Council that will be formed in May 2019.    


The future of the site, and the provision of high quality and sustainable council buildings, that can integrate with the other facilities in our village for the our generation, will be an important priority for all the new councillors, during the coming years.   




Major Gas Works: Main Road, Hextable - Monday 17 September
September 12,2018

Work on upgrading the gas network in Hextable has been ongoing since January and will now continue for six weeks on Main Road just north of the junction of Highlands Hill, working towards the junction of College Road. To ensure safety and maintain traffic flow a temporary multi-way traffic lights will be in operation.

Working hours will be Mon-Fri between 8am and 5pm Saturdays between 8am and 1pm.

Further information and updates can be found here:

Temporary 30mph Speed Limit - A20 London Road/Gorse Hill & A225 Dartford Road, Farningham & Sutton-At-Hone - from 15 October for up to 2 days
September 12,2018

For the safety of the public and workforce during the installation of a new 40mph speed limit, Kent County Council has made an Order to impose a 30mph speed limit on A20 London Road/Gorse Hill and A225 Dartford Road, Farningham & Sutton-At-Hone, as per below, on or after 15 October 2018 for up to 2 days or until the works have been completed.

A20 London Road/Gorse Hill – from Button Street Donkey Lane

A225 Dartford Road – from A20 Main Road to Station Road

For details of roadworks, please see www.roadworks.org

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