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Relief at U-turn on cuts to community wardens

Community wardens in Herne Bay have been saved from the chop after a U-turn by county councillors. Kent County Council had launchnd a six-week public consultation asking for people’s views on possible plans to axe 24 of the county’s 70 wardens. The proposals were put forward because the council wanted to save £1.28 million each year towards the estimated £330 …

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City council ignored parish objections

Herne and Broomfield Parish Council is extremely disappointed that Canterbury City Council has submitted its Local Plan to the inspector. Despite a large number of objections for our area, from both residents and the parish council, no significant changes have been made to the original plan. They have also totally ignored the legal view obtained by the parish council and …

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Village hall plan could cost £1.2m claim angry objectors

A rebel parish councillor believes plans for a new community centre in Herne and Broomfield could leave precept payers out of pocket for generations. Ukip supporter John Moore has opposed plans for a new hall in School Lane as he believes the cost could stretch to £1.2 million or more. He said: “The parish council has got around £250,000 and …

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Homes plan protesters aim to raise fighting fund

Herne and Broomfield Parish Council is calling on villagers to support its fighting fund to oppose up to 800 new homes at Strode Farm. They need up to £6000 to pay for expert advice to fight the plans at a public inquiry in September. Developer Hollamby Estates wants to build the new homes on land off Canterbury Road, which has …

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Outrage after diggers move in to clear protected land

Developer defends action as business park becomes ‘victim of own success’ Campaigners have reacted with fury after a developer cleared an area of protected undergrowth and woodland to make way for a car park. George Wilson has given the go-ahead to remove trees and scrubland from the site at the back of The Links and Ryder Court, which was recognised …

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