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Lower Thames Crossing Consultation

The Faversham Society is one of the largest civic societies in England, with over 1300 members. The Society is concerned about the growth of road traffic and its impact on our historic town, and has called on Kent County Council to develop a Road Traffic Strategy for Faversham. Faversham is accessed by the M2 (junctions […]

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Yellow Lines around the Guildhall

The Council has been accused of dithering over yellow lines. The Faversham Society has previously expressed its concern about the painting of yellow lines around the Guildhall. The Society’s position was determined at our July 2015 Board Meeting After some discussion over the merits of having/not having single/double lines the following proposal was put forward:- […]

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A correction on ZF5

The Faversham Society was surprised to find itself invoked as a supporter of the ZF5 footpath proposals at the KCC panel enquiry on 22 February. While one of our Trustees gave evidence at an earlier enquiry in 2014, this should not be interpreted as endorsement from the Society as a whole. Our position on the current proposals was published on […]

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Footpath ZF5

It has come to our attention that the Faversham Society is being quoted as supporting the plans for the revision and reinstatement of footpath Footpath ZF5. The Society has not considered the revised  plans, we neither support nor oppose the proposal there having been insufficient time for the Society to consider the latest proposal.

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The Faversham Society’s comments on the proposed The Mall/A2/A251 roundabout

Submitted to KCC 09 Feb 2016 The Board of Trustees of the Faversham Society would like to comment on the proposed alterations at the junction of the A2 and A251 as follows. The economic basis for the scheme is not clear. The main aim seems to be to increase capacity for vehicles approaching from the […]

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This Chairman’s Blog is designed to enable us to communicate our work and our policies to a wider audience

The Faversham Society was established in 1962 to preserve the heritage and fabric of the historic town of Faversham and its surrounding parishes. Our Society works to ensure that Faversham’s distinctive sense of place and its outstanding heritage features are not lost for our children and grandchildren. The Society is about to embark on a […]

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