All the very latest news as we become aware of it…

Keeping you informed: Westerham Town Council’s response to survey results

December 14, 2017

Four major issues that could affect the immediate future of Westerham: the Which Way Westerham concept; the restoration of Covers Farm; Sevenoaks District Local Plan; and the development of the Moorhouse site. Where does your Council stand? Which Way Westerham The results of both Westerham Town Council’s (WTC) survey and that of Sevenoaks District Council […]


Bypass Funding

December 1, 2017

We have received queries about funding for roads and KCC’s stance on a possible by-pass for Westerham. In order to report back to our residents, we have contacted both our MP, Sir Michael Fallon and our County Councillor, Nick Chard. Funding for by-passes There was widespread reporting in the press in July of ‘£1bn a […]


Westerham’s views on Which Way Westerham

October 31, 2017

Westerham Town Council asked for the views of those in Westerham – living or working on ‘Which Way Westerham’, the concept promoted by Squerryes to provide ‘600 homes in new neighbourhoods, together with a relief road to divert the A25 around the town centre, with environmental and landscape improvements , new green public open spaces, […]


King George’s Field will be CLOSED to the public between Monday 6th and 10th November 2017

October 26, 2017

There can be NO usage of the field during this period. Unfortunately we have leatherjackets (the soil-dwelling larvae of the crane fly) on two of the football pitches which is why the grass quality is so poor and has lots of brown patches. If left untreated, leatherjackets can cause widespread damage to the field as […]


Make your view known! / Correction to presentation/Housing consultation – Government White Paper

September 28, 2017

Remember ‘Your view is important’ – clarification to the figures given during the Public Meeting on 13th September – Government White Paper Make your view known to both Sevenoaks District Council and to Westerham Town Council, both of whom really want to know what you think about the first ideas for the Local Plan – including […]


Public Meeting – Churchill School – 13th September 2017

September 14, 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended the Town Council Public Meeting last night at Churchill School. Please click on the links for the handouts from the meeting. Presentation slides – corrected version KCC response to scoping opinion for Covers Farm Handout extract from Squerryes main report July 2017





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