Hawkenbury Village Blog

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Spring 2017 Newsletter

Use of S106 Monies In response to the call for suggestions for the use of S106 monies, resident Ben Hallett has put forward a proposal for a ‘Pump Track’ on the old bowling green...

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More homes for Hawkenbury

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council has started work on the preparation of a new Local Plan, which will guide future development in our borough up to the year 2033. This is very likely to have...

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Winter 2017 Newsletter

Hawkenbury Farm Development The planning application of Berkeley Homes submitted to Tunbridge Wells Borough council (TWBC)for the redevelopment of the land at Hawkenbury farm has reached the planning committee stage. The committee met on...

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Planning committee to meet

I received a letter from Tunbridge Wells Borough Council this morning informing me that there will be a planning committee meeting to discuss and possibly approve Berkeley Homes’ application to build on the Hawkenbury...

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Last day to comment on Hawkenbury Farm Development

Berkeley Homes have submitted their planning application to the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. Berkeley Homes are seeking permission the build 235 homes on the Hawkenbury Farm site. We have had 21 days to comment...

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Hawkenbury Farm planning application submitted

Berkeley Homes have confirmed that they have submitted their planning application to the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council. The application has been validated and is now available on the TWBC website. All documentation can be...

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Parking permits for Hawkenbury

Residents on roads around Hawkenbury Village have started receiving letters from Tunbridge Wells Borough Council about a further consultation on the proposed implementation of parking permits, single and double yellow lines in the area....

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Update: New road for Hawkenbury

After the article about the new road being built through the High Woods at the back of the recreation ground, the landowner has provided the following comments in response to the article in the Times...