BOROUGH GREEN PARISH COUNCIL
The J5 Slips Exec want to express their sincere thanks to everyone who responded to both the the Route Investment Strategy and the Major Road Network consultations.
Houses on the Former Joco Pit - Tolsey Mead & Eaglestone Close. TMBC Investigations have revealed increasing levels of landfill gas, more at TMBC Joco What do the discoveries at the 30 year old landfill under Tolsey Mead mean to new builds on Isles Quarry West and A-Z, and to TMBC's BG Garden City proposed across 4 more historic Landfill Sites? No Answer came there from TMBC, we shall have to ferret further - watch this space
Potters Mede & other venues
Borough Green Garden City 4000 house [more]
BARRY THE GRIT
QUARRY HILL TREE PLANTED...
War Memorial, Coronation Oak and Village Enhancement [more]
Footpaths & PROWs - walking routes [Maps & More]
Useful Council Contacts [TMBC & KCC]
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON 2016 [pictures]
For a built up rural area, Borough Green is well endowed with trees, public and private, and has been given a "HIGHLY COMMENDED" Award for 2014. [Kent Men of Trees Report]
VILLAGE HALL 50th ANNIVERSARY [pictures]
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With the loss of the Borough Green & Platt Bypass in 2007, Borough Green Parish Council has supported the campaign to build East Facing Slips at Sevenoaks, to use the M26 as a West Kent Bypass to divert long distance traffic away from our villages, and to kickstart the Local Economy by plugging the whole of West Kent into the National Motorway Network
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOURS
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Next PC meeting Mon 9th APR 2018 COGS
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