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Brenley Corner

"The junction between the M2, A2 and A299 at Brenley Corner near Faversham — largely unchanged since its opening in 1963 — has become a troublesome bottleneck for local and […]

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Public Meeting Fernham Homes

3rd November 2021 at 19:30 Virtual Public Meeting hosted by the Faversham Society to hear from Fernham Homes about their plans for southeast Faversham

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Chris Wright features in Transportation Professional
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Discuss the Duchy of Cornwall Plans for SE Faversham

The Faversham Society invited all four developers to share their plans and answer questions at open public meetings co-hosted by the Faversham Society and the St Mary of Charity You […]

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Saving Abbey Fields

20/500015/OUT | Outline application for the development of up to 180 dwellings with associated infrastructure including internal access roads, footpaths, cycleways, parking, open space and landscaping, drainage, utilities and service […]

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Pedestrianising Faversham's Town Centre

Script for the Society's representation at the Swale Joint Transportation Board 06 September 2021 I speak this evening as Chair of the Faversham Society, and with the full support of […]

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Objection to Holiday Homes at Brogdale

20/505877/OUT | Outline planning application for mixed-use development comprising a nursery school and flexible workshop/business units (all matters reserved except access). | Brogdale Farm Brogdale Road Ospringe ME13 8XU The Faversham Society strongly objects […]

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Objection to a planning application for the Almshouses

21/503447 and 21/503448 (LBC): The Almshouses, South Road, Faversham ME13 7LU.  Demolition of existing single-storey extensions.  Erection of two-storey rear extensions to serve flats 6a/6b – 25a/25b.  Conversion of 11 […]

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UK's giant battery 'farms' spark fears of explosions that can reach temperatures of 660C

Today's Mail on Sunday carried a very disturbing story about batteries used to store energy at nearly 400 sites - Cleve Hill at Graveney is one of them. "Last year […]

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Cleve Hill: The Challenge for Swale Borough Council

The world-record breaking Cleve Hill Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) is being planned for a location just a few miles east of the site of the Great Gunpowder Explosion of 1916. There is […]

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