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

Mayor of Swanley

Crrl-Laurence-Ball
Cllr-Lesley-Dyball

At the Mayor making on 10 May 2017 the following was proposed and seconded:

Mayor – Cllr Laurence Ball - Proposed Cllr Ray Morris / Cllr Victor Southern

Deputy Mayor – Cllr Lesley Dyball - Proposed – Cllr Laurence Ball / Cllr Ray Morris

Both were unanimously voted into office and gave their thanks to councillors for the opportunity to represent the Town Council in the coming year.


Following the resignation of Cllr Shanker Gaire as Mayor and Cllr Tony Searles as Deputy Mayor the Council would like to report the election of the new Mayor of Swanley.

On Wednesday 9th November the Full Council elected Cllr Laurence Ball as Mayor of Swanley for the remainder of 2016/17 and Cllr Lesley Dyball as deputy mayor.

Cllr Ball said ‘it is a privilege to be Elected Mayor of Swanley by your peers on the Council and I thank them for this opportunity.

Whilst the circumstances of this mid-term appointment are unfortunate the Deputy Mayor, Lesley Dyball, and I will do our best for the people of Swanley.

We are both looking forward to our first appointment, which will be the Remembrance Day Service this coming Sunday.’