Here are recent opportunities for consultation relevant to Westerham…

Results from the survey on temporary changes to the Town Centre!

August 7, 2020

results from the survey  July 2020, regarding temporary changes to the Town Centre which will make it easier to ‘socially distance’, to visit the shops , pubs, restaurants and cafes which are reopening. The suggestions were: – restrict speed of traffic through the town centre; make a one-way system around The Green; part pedestrianise The […]

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We Want To Hear From You

October 15, 2019

What matters to you in Westerham? What would make Westerham a better place? How can the Town Council help …? We need your opinions to put together our plans and budgets between now and 2023! To complete our survey click on the link to share your thoughts.  

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Moorhouse Tile Works planning application – REFUSED

March 8, 2019

Thursday 7th March saw a large number of Westerham residents join with their neighbours from Oxted and Limpsfield in protesting against the application to develop a DPD depot at Moorhouse.  They – and their placards – were at the meeting of Tandridge District Council’s Planning Committee at which the application was to be decided.  Arguments […]

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Covers Farm Planning Application

February 11, 2019

The consultation on the application to restore Squerryes Sandpit has now closed. Please follow the link to view Westerham Town Council’s objection for which the Council took professional advice. WTC planning comment This is a very weighty document in which the major argument is that the pit (now a deep lake) must be filled in […]

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KCC Budget consultation 2019-2020

October 25, 2018

Kent County Council is currently consulting on its proposed budget for 2019/2020. The consultation closes on 21 November 2018. KCC estimates that increased demands and costs will amount to about £66 million, which together with net grant reductions of £28 million result in the need to raise and/or save £94 million. The consultation explains that […]

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