School buses are being cut on the quiet. Time to make some noise to KCC.

Bus withdrawals affecting Westerham school children and surrounding villages have yet to be resolved. The TW4 service from Westerham to Tunbridge Wells has been withdrawn. KCC’s ‘alternative’ is for all those children to join the 402W to Tonbridge and change at Sevenoaks bus station. There isn’t the capacity on the 402W to take all these… Continue reading School buses are being cut on the quiet. Time to make some noise to KCC.

Town Council Annual Meeting Wed 18th May 7pm Westerham Hall – see what KWG is doing to support the Eco agenda

What we’ve been doing to Keep Westerham Green – see you at the Town Council Annual Meeting tomorrow 7pm Keep Westerham Green will be running a stall at the Town Council’s Annual Meeting 7pm Wed 18th May at Westerham Hall, to tell you what we’ve been doing to try to prevent plastics and other hazardous… Continue reading Town Council Annual Meeting Wed 18th May 7pm Westerham Hall – see what KWG is doing to support the Eco agenda

Just two days to respond to the King George Field survey!

King George's Field - Re-development - Draft Master Plan Westerham Town Council have tried to take on board your ideas for improving the field. They would like to know what you think of their proposals. Please take a couple of minutes to complete this short questionnaire https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7DPWHWF Closing date tomorrow Sunday 31st October.   For… Continue reading Just two days to respond to the King George Field survey!

King George’s Field spruce-up: have your say

King George's Field - Re-development - Draft Master Plan There are plans to redevelop King George’s Field. Westerham Town Council would like to know what you think of the proposals. Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this short questionnaire to let us know your views. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7DPWHWF Closing date 31st October.   For… Continue reading King George’s Field spruce-up: have your say

Mirror allegation: Tandridge Garden Village site had links to landbanking scammer

Mirror journalist Andrew Penman has some murky revelations about the ownership of Tandridge District Council's controversial site for the 4000 house development. Please click below. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/conman-69million-land-investment-scam-13588680 Tandridge District Council is the planning authority concerned with the Moorhouse Parcel Depot application. For more details please see the home page at http://www.keepwesterhamgreen.co.uk

WTC’s final objection to the Moorhouse Parcel Depot

Westerham Town Council have produced an all encompassing final objection to this autumn's Moorhouse parcel SuperDepot application. You can see it by clicking below here. WTC-objection-final You will find Keep Westerham Green's response to the Moorhouse Depot consultation on the Moorhouse Objections page of this site. Please remember KWG's AGM on Thursday 15th November 7:30pm… Continue reading WTC’s final objection to the Moorhouse Parcel Depot

Objections to the third Moorhouse Parcel Depot application 2018

The official deadline for the Moorhouse Depot consultation elapsed on 13th Oct. However Tandridge District Council Planning said that they would accept comments up until mid-November. There have been unsubstantiated rumours that they would not consider material after 31st October. It is possible that a decision will be made on Moorhouse at one of the… Continue reading Objections to the third Moorhouse Parcel Depot application 2018

Opposition to WWW from AONB and Natural England

Both Natural England (the non-departmental government body that protects our natural environment) and the Kent Downs AONB were highly critical of Which Way Westerham during this summer's consultation. Both were worried about the landscape impact of such a large-scale development. Being concerned with Sites of Special Scientific Interest, Natural England would want to see very… Continue reading Opposition to WWW from AONB and Natural England

Our Town Council gets some answers from ‘Which Way Westerham’

Westerham Town Council had a had a number of concerns and queries, some shared by residents, on a range of points that the Emerging Masterplan and' Which Way Westerham' FAQs had thrown up. The meeting took place on 23rd May. The two parties have only just reached agreement on the minutes. Please find these at… Continue reading Our Town Council gets some answers from ‘Which Way Westerham’