Swanley Town Council

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Local Plan set for examination

Sevenoaks District Council’s new Local Plan will be tested at a series of public examination hearings beginning next month.

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How would you spend £80,000?

Around £53 million has been made available for railway stations across the UK

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Swanley Town Centre Redevelopment Appeal

The Town Council is disappointed to learn that the appeal by the town centre owners U&I to the National Planning Inspector has been allowed.

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Two fly-tippers brought to justice

Two criminals from Greater London were prosecuted at Sevenoaks Magistrates’ Court on Friday (5 July 2019) for fly-tipping in Westerham and Dunton Green.

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Trolley Wars

For the last 3 years the town of Swanley in Kent has been blighted by trollies being taken back to people’s homes and then left in the streets.

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The Mayor of Swanley Cllr Lesley Dyball makes a Presentation to her Cadet CWO Thomas Longbon

On the 19th June Cadet Warrant Officer Thomas Longbon, from the 593 Air Training Corps, was appointed as the Mayor Cllr Lesley Dyball cadet for 2019-2020.

TripAdvisor® 2019 Winner

Swanley Park TripAdvisor Award

Swanley Park today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence.

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Charity Colour Dash

In excess of 700 participants enjoyed a charity colour run at Swanley Park on Sunday.

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Graffiti Busting

On the 30th of May Swanley Town Council took on the blight of graffiti around the town with staff and volunteers helping out.

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New Season Changes

Another exciting year has begun at Swanley Park.

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Swanley Centre planning appeal

An appeal against Sevenoaks District Council’s decision to refuse planning permission to redevelop Swanley Centre will take place in June.

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Grow Wild

On 24th April 2019 Swanley Town Council took part in the Grow Wild initiative run by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and supported by The Big Lottery Fund.