PRESENT Cllr. N Godfrey, Chairman presiding. Cllrs. C Gillett, R Greenwood, C Huggens, M Jackson, S Knowles, J Osborn. Cllr. T Taylor representing Harrietsham Parish Council. Clerk. Mrs. M McFarlane. PCSO D Rowley, Martin Sherwood Community Warden. 7 Members of the public The Chairman welcomed Cllr. T Taylor representing Harrietsham Parish Council to the
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PRESENT Cllr. Huggens, Chairman presiding Cllr. Bradshaw, Gillett, & Willis Cllrs. Barr, Godfrey and Greenwood were also present. Mrs M. McFarlane (Clerk) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION Representatives of the company developing the land at Glebe Gardens highlighted changes to the layout of the site and a reduction in numbers of properties to eight in total. Cllr.
Cllr. N Godfrey, Chairman presiding. Cllrs. A Barr, C Gillett, R Greenwood, C Huggens, S Knowles, J Osborn, & N Willis. PCSO D Rowley, Martin Sherwood Community Warden. 2 Members of the public. Pippa Palmer from the Kent Orchards for Everyone Project outlined plans for the Cherry Downs Picnic Site following Heritage Lottery funding. Improvements
PRESENT Cllr. Huggens, Chairman presiding Cllrs. Bradshaw, Drylie and Gillett. Cllrs. Barr, Godfrey, Greenwood and Osborn were also present. Mrs M McFarlane (Clerk) 5 Members of the public. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION A parishioner from the High Street highlighted concerns relating to the proposed development of land to the rear of the United Reform Church in
ear Parishioners Lenham Parish Council members’ wish you all a Happy New Year. 2013 proved to be a busy year, with such a vibrant and active community there is always something happening in and around the parish which the LPC strive to help to facilitate. We have worked on several projects, many of which
Cllr. Godfrey, Chairman presiding. Cllrs. Drylie, Gillett, Greenwood & Huggens Mrs M McFarlane (Clerk) Cllrs. Barr, Osborn and Willis were also present. Cllrs. Bone (work commitment) Bradshaw (family commitment) No disclosures or confidential items on the agenda. MBC have confirmed permission for the removal of the damaged Beech tree at the