Swanley TC

Beechenlea Lane , Swanley
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – Section 14 (2) as amended by The Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991

Kent County Council gives notice that Beechenlea Lane, Swanley is closed to through traffic, on or after 22 May 2017 for up to 5 nights.

The road is closed 5 metres each side of the bridge.

The alternative route is via London Road - High Street - Swanley Lane - Highland Hill.

It is planned the road will be closed between the hours of 21.00pm and 05.30am.

The closure is necessary to enable urgent bridge works to repair loose bricks on the parapet to be carried out by Network Rail Ltd.

This Notice applies when the relevant signs and barriers are on site, and is valid for a period of no more than 21 days.

Telephone: 01322 665 855
Email: towncouncil@swanleytowncouncil.gov.uk

Dog Bins

The dog bins that Swanley Town Council are responsible for are emptied every Thursday – Locations of bins (PDF)

Dog Fouling Is An Offence - Please bag and bin your dog’s poo

Let’s keep it clean for everybody to enjoy.

This includes all footpaths and any green areas alongside. This applies to our parks and any wooded areas within or alongside our parks and open spaces.

If in doubt, Bag It Bin It!

Failing to clear up after your dog is anti-social, smelly and can spread diseases that affect both humans, such as toxocariasis, and dogs, such as parvovirus.

Unfortunately, dog poo issues are often caused by just a few irresponsible owners.

If you see another dog fouling, encourage its owner to ‘bag it’ and ‘bin it’.

Do you know of an area that is regularly fouled and not cleared?

Do you have information about a dog walker who fails to pick up?

Please try to provide as much detail as possible and contact the Town Council Office.

Dog fouling is an offence and can attract on the spot fines of up to £1000.

Disposal Of Poo Bags
Please don’t throw your poo bag over a fence, hang it from a tree or leave it on a path. Place your poo bags in a dog waste or dual purpose bin.

If this is not possible, take the bag home and put it in your own bin.