Mass Protest Over 12,000 Houses and Lorry Park

Gang of Four Motives Questioned by Marchers

The ‘Gang of Four’, as Local MP Damien Collins, David Monk, Leader of Shepway Council, and Councillors Susan Carey and Jenny Hollingsbee have become know, must have felt their ears burning on Saturday morning.

Hundreds braved a bitter cold December morning to march around Folkestone in protest against the building 12,000 houses, and Continue reading Mass Protest Over 12,000 Houses and Lorry Park

Mass Demonstration Against Shepway District Council.

“Locals are┬ásick and tired of David Monk and his cronies at Shepway”

Local residents from all over Shepway are gearing up for the Mass Demonstration set to hit the town of Folkestone at one of the busiest times of the year.

A recent protest at Hythe
A recent protest at Hythe

 

An alliance of various groups are coming together to protest against the shoddy way they are being treated by Shepway District Council in riding roughshod over the wishes of the people. This is set to be one of the biggest demo’s in Shepway. Continue reading Mass Demonstration Against Shepway District Council.

Sellindge Village v Shepway District Council

A Newsletter from Sellindge & District Residents Association.

DEMOCRACY IN SHEPWAY IS DEAD.

Dear Residents,

It wouldn’t have escaped your notice that we have absolutely no official voice when it comes to ‘having our say’ in the way our communities and villages are shaped and developed in the future.

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This week, our District Council, Shepway, revealed the content of the Expression of Interest’ document that has already been sent to central Government to develop a New Town of 12,000 houses. Prior to the ‘Expression of Interest’ being sent, the SDC Cabinet held a meeting on 8th June to vote on taking this development forward. It was no surprise to us that the vote was unanimous in favour. But isn’t this democracy working for the good of the residents? It would Continue reading Sellindge Village v Shepway District Council