Who we are and what we do:
The Keep Westerham Green Residents Group is a constituted residents association of approximately 500 members. Details of our last AGM and latest balance sheet are below. We aim to protect Westerham’s Green Belt and the surrounding Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Beauty. We continue to fight against rapid and massive development on our Green Belt as well as inappropriate development in the local area.
We have followed the Sevenoaks District Council’s Local Plan 2015-2035, the Tandridge Local Plan 2033 and the application for the Stabilistaton and Restoration of the Covers Farm Quarry. More recently we have been active regarding the Doggie Day Care proposal in Force Green Lane.
We were instrumental in getting developers to abandon their proposal for the huge parcel depot (the Moorhouse DPD application) one mile to the west of the town.
We speak regularly to our Town Councillors, with SDC Officers, the Councillors for our ward and our County Councillor. We have had meetings with the former MP, Sir Michael Fallon. We have also spoken to the sponsor of ‘Which Way Westerham?’, Henry Warde of the Squerryes Estate.
The Squerryes Estate are the owners of the depleted Covers Farm sandpit that is the subject of the ongoing application concerning its stabilisation and restoration.
We shall keep you up-to-date with recent developments and help you to make timely responses via our web page and through Facebook, the KeepWesterhamGreenGroup.
On behalf of Keep Westerham Green Members members we have responded robustly to each of the proposals above.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would join us please get in touch either via the Contact Us page or via email at email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you.
Draft Minutes of Keep Westerham Green’s 3rd AGM 27th January 2020 and Public Meeting about the Covers Farm Quarry Infill
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Keep Westerham Green’s Balance Sheet for 2020
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