We want to hear from you

We want to encourage a public debate on this website. Your feedback is essential to the success of this project.  Whatever you have to say.  Whether it is good, bad or indifferent. We want to hear it.

Here’s how to get in touch.

Add a comment

The quickest and easiest way to get in touch is to post your comment on this website.  You will find a comment box at the bottom of most pages.

We will check comments regularly and answer any questions alongside your original comment. Other people may comment on your comment. Or you may comment on theirs. Let’s get talking.

Email

Email us at info@parishplan.uk.

Email addresses for members of the Project Steering Group can be found here. Please note these mailboxes may not be monitored as frequently as the main contact email address above.

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Newsletter

Keep up to date with our progress. Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter and other mailings. To join our mailing list, add you details on the right hand side of the screen.

Events

Come and meet us. At various stages in the development of the Neighbourhood Plan we will be holding community consultation events.  Find out more here.

Volunteer

Join our team. There are opportunities for everyone whether you have only a couple of hours to spare or lots of free time to help out.  Find out more here.

We aim to answer your queries within 3 working days.  If we need a little longer, we will let you know when you can expect a substantive response.

 

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6 thoughts on “Contact Us

  • September 19, 2015 at 9:17 am
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    I have a huge issue with speeding traffic down Wye Road from the blind bend to the Baptist Church, I am an ex Sports Photography including motor sport so I am pretty good judge of speed. In the 4 years I have lived in Wye Road I have seen several fights with irate drivers not giving way. My wife and I have had 4 cars damaged. I have seen cars traveling in excess of 70 MPH. At busy times you have trouble getting your car off the driveway. Drivers are far to aggressive with verbal abuse on far to many occasions. Far to many HGVs still abusing the no entry signs. If we can’t stop cars using the road as a rat run, the speed limit should be reduced to 20 MPH with some traffic calming measures. Last year I had 2 hours with the local PCSO we countered over 1200 vehicles in an hour during morning rush hour.

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    • September 20, 2015 at 11:40 am
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      Thank you Derek for taking the time to bring this to our attention. This is exactly the type of feedback we need. The details of traffic volumes are particularly helpful. We held a Neighbourhood Plan community consultation event in the Iron Room yesterday. You will not be surprised to learn that you are not alone in identifying a problem with traffic speeds on Wye Road.

      We are going to be setting up a Traffic and Transport working group in the near future. This issue will be on their agenda.

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  • February 29, 2016 at 9:58 am
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    why has the wording M2 been removed from the signs through Trinity RD and Faversham rd

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    • February 29, 2016 at 11:34 am
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      Thank you for your question Sandy. I understand this was done to reduce the number of vehicles, in particular Heavy Goods Vehicles, using Trinity and Faversham Roads as a link between the M2 and M20 motorways. Does anyone else have further information on this?

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  • November 1, 2016 at 5:04 pm
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    Help.

    I keep hearing rumours that there will be major development down Sandyhurst Lane. Particularly the former sandpit behind 200. I can not find any reference at all on ABC website but have had a reliable source tell me its being reconsidered as viable for 15 new houses!! can anybody shed some light on this or help me find the application?

    Thank you

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