Roads and pavements in Shorne are maintained by Kent County Council. To report a problem (eg potholes, blocked drains, damaged footpath surface, etc) click on the box below:
Staff from the Highways England’s Lower Thames Crossing community team will be available to meet residents informally, on a drop-in basis, between 18.00 and 19.30 on Tuesday 25th July 2017 at Shorne Village Hall. They will be able to answer general queries, and to outline the next steps for the scheme. This session will be […]
Representatives of Shorne, Higham, and Chalk met with senior members and officers of Kent County Council at County Hall on 5th July, to discuss mitigation measures for the proposed Lower Thames Crossing east of Gravesend. The meeting, arranged by Gravesham Rural County Councillor Bryan Sweetland, was attended by Matthew Balfour, KCC Cabinet Member for Planning, […]
THONG LANE CLOSURE FOR RESURFACING – POSTPONED KCC has advised that it will be necessary to postpone the works from the planned date of 27th July 2017. A new start of works date will be sent as soon as possible. KCC will be resurfacing Thong Lane between Hartshill Nurseries and the Inn On The Lake. […]
Rural Footpaths in Shorne are maintained by Kent County Council. To report a problem (eg overgrown vegetation, fallen trees, missing signs, broken stiles, etc), click on the box below: Do not use the link above for reporting problems on hard surfaced footpaths alongside roads – use the ‘Report Highway Problem’ link below.