District Council and Town Council Election Results

The results for Westerham and Crockham Hill Ward in the 4th May District Council Election can be seen here.

For the result of the Town Council election (Westerham) click here.

For a link that takes you to an political party overview and details across the District, please click here.

Covers Farm still under discussion

At Westerham Town Council’s Annual Town Meeting KCC Cllr Nick Chard announced that there will be no decision on Covers Farm before September 2023. He reiterated that there are ongoing talks between Kent County Council’s  technical advisors and Squerryes’ technical people. If the application is approved, the proposal would involve 84,200 four-axle tipper trucks bringing infill to the quarry from the south-east London area. There would be further lorries involved in creating the earth bunds required. The project is estimated to last six years.

For information about the ‘temporary’ haul road please click here.

Residents in north Westerham, parents of children at Churchill Primary School, residents of Brasted, Sundridge and Biggin Hill and Tatsfield will no doubt have their concerns about the potential harmful effects of so many lorries in terms of air quality, noise, vibration and the impact on residential amenity and the local highways.

The application states that there is no intention to route the lorries through Oxted or Limpsfield or to have access to the quarry via the existing entrance. 

You can read the objections submitted by Surrey County Council, London Borough of Bromley, and Sevenoaks District Council here.  On that page you will also see objections made by the MPs for East Surrey and Orpington. Westerham Town Council and Brasted and Sundridge & Ide Hill Parish Councils have objected to the proposal.

For more about the quarry and what’s being proposed, please click here

For more about the potential impact on air quality, and the additional noise and vibration likely to be generated by the lorries, click here

To read how the ‘haul’ road would present a potential hazard, click here.

For detail on how the application would result in a loss of biodiversity, click here

Tandridge District’s Local Plan 2033

For all the recent updates on correspondence between Tandridge’s Planning Inspector and the Council, click here  Local Plan 2033 – Tandridge District Council

KWGRG’s appeal for funds

We’re still raising funds towards seeking expert opinion and producing campaign materials. If you are able to make a donation – £ 30, £10 or anything at all – it will make a big difference in the fight to prevent Westerham, Brasted, Sundridge and Biggin Hill from becoming blighted by eight-wheeler tipper trucks bringing inert waste along local roads for 6 years or more. An additional heavy lorry every 3 minutes, each weekday.

There are two ways tbat you can make a donation:

Make a bank transfer to account name ‘Keep Westerham Green Residents Group’ at Barclays, sort code: 20 88 13, account number: 43902846.

A £10 donation via PayPal using a Debit or Credit Card.



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