Shorne Parish Council operates a closed circuit television (CCTV) system covering strategic areas of the parish to deter and reduce crime and antisocial activity, in order to provide a safe and secure environment for members of the public, and to prevent the loss or damage to property. The images may also be used to identify […]

Lower Thames Crossing Drop-In Session 25th July 2017

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 […]

Lower Thames Crossing Meeting with KCC 5th July 2017

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, […]

Consultation Manipulation

CONSULTATION MANIPULATION The consultation was extended to 1.2 million people and organisations, including 950,000 Dart Charge customers. A total of 47,034 responses were received: Respondent Designation Totals Members of the public 33,224 “Campaigns”[1] 13,284 Petitions[2] 3 Organisations and groups 523 Total 47,034 Campaigns Highways England define a campaign response as “an identically worded response that […]