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Key Street Roundabout Update

By Julie Miller Borden Parish Council

Monday, 10 August 2020

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Borden Parish Council is very concerned that Kent County Council made a decision on the 27 April 2020 to go ahead with the outline design for improvements to the Key Street roundabout which included providing a new access to the Southbound A249 from the A2 via a roundabout on Chestnut Street without consulting the Parish Council.

This roundabout in Chestnut Street is the main access needed for a development of 750 houses at Wises Lane which was opposed by the Parish Council, a local pressure group BRAD and Swale Borough Council. The refusal to determine this planning application by Swale Borough Council is subject to an appeal by the developers Quinn and Co and which has not yet been determined by the Secretary of State.

The Parish Council has lobbied Kent County Council about this and is insisting that it is consuled about the final design for the Key Street Roundabout, including any new access arrangements to the A249, before any works commence.

For more information please contact the clerk:

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  • 07769254176

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