Yalding Vehicle Restriction Scheme Addition
20th May 2014
Kent County Council have released details of the additions to the Yalding Vehicle Restriction Scheme, please see the attached documents for details of the additions which have now been passed by the council:
Yalding Vehicle Restriction Scheme Addition - Documents on Deposit
Yalding Vehicle Restriction Scheme Addition - North Map
Yalding Vehicle Restriction Scheme Addition - South Map
Road Surface Treatment: Boughton Monchelsea
7th May 2014
KCC have issued the following notification for upcoming surface treatment works in Boughton Monchelsea on 20 May:
Boughton Monchelsea Road Works - 20 May 2014
Kent County Council will be treating the surface of Heath Road, Boughton Monchelsea between its junctions with A229 Linton Hill and Brishing Lane.
The Surface Treatment work will be on 20 May 2014, between 09:30 and 15:30. This type of wo...
Yalding Vechicle Restriction Scheme
7th May 2014
Following the consultation on the Yalding vehicle restriction, the scheme was approved on 22nd January 2014 at a meeting of the Local Maidstone Joint Transportation Board.
As well as approving the scheme in it's current state, they also approved two further traffic regulation orders to include additional roads in the scheme. Details of the additions will be published in the next few weeks.
New state of the art laser cutting centre opened in Marden.
7th May 2014
The Minister for Sport, the Right Honourable Helen Grant MP officially commissioned the new Amada Laser cutting machine at Burtons on Friday 2nd May 2014. Helen was invited to start the machine to engrave a stainless steel plaque to commemorate the occasion. The assembled guests counted down as Helen launched the machine into life.
The Amada laser centre with auto change tables and 4000 watts of ...
Wellbeing People win Active Maidstone Award
14th March 2014
At the Active Maidstone Awards held at Maidstone Leisure Centre on Friday 24th January, Wellbeing People won the Creating Healthier Communities award.
The award recognises their engagement work within Maidstone Borough Council to improve the health and wellbeing of people within businesses, communities and schools.
House Needed for Flooded Out Family
28th December 2013
A 3-4 bed house is needed urgently for a Marden family that have been flooded out.
A minimum of 2 reception rooms (3 preferable) as the husband works from home.
If you have anything at all of this size empty or becoming empty soon, please call 01622 832679
Secretary - Marden Business Forum