M26 Contingency Planning Scheme
We are letting local people know about a contingency scheme that will enable a traffic management system to be deployed on the M26 if port bound freight traffic needs to be managed due to disruption and delays at the port of Dover and Eurotunnel.
WW1 Legacy for Swanley
Hundreds of people attended the unveiling ceremony on 11th November in Swanley
Swanley Wildlife & Nature Group Partner With Swanley Town Council To Plant Commemorative Wood.
On Saturday, November 24th 2018, Swanley Wildlife & Nature (SWAN) group volunteers and local uniformed groups in conjunction with Swanley Town Council, will be planting over 600 tree whips, provided by the Woodland Trust, on just under an acre of land in Swanley Park. The hope is that within ten to fifteen years a mixed…
Have your say on conservation areas across Sevenoaks District
Residents are being asked to give their thoughts and opinions on the revised Conservation Area appraisals
Town Council Respond To U & I Appeal
Swanley Town Council is disappointed to hear the announcement that Sevenoaks District Council will no longer contest the appeal
Fencing In Of Woodland Area
Some weeks ago the wooded area at the end of Swanley Park next to the boating lake was bought
Permanent Legacy for Swanley
With support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, local business and Councillors Swanley Town Council will be installing 112 stainless steel silhouettes on a wall running through the middle of town.
Council drops Swanley centre appeal
Sevenoaks District Council has reluctantly decided not to contest an appeal against its refusal of a planning application to redevelop Swanley Centre after the Government changed national planning policy.
Grab your community grant of up to £5,000
Sevenoaks District Council is now offering grants of up to £5,000
South & South East In Bloom
Swanley Town Council are back in the game and scored highly on their first time out since 2003.
The Mayor of Swanley Cllr Lesley Dyball makes a Presentation to her Cadet
Recently Cadet Bombardier Harry Archer, 17 from Swanley Detachment, Kent Army Cadet Force Squadron RE (Kent ACF), was appointed as the Town Mayor’s first ever Mayor’s Cadet.