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App MAIDSTONE BOROUGH LOCAL PLAN: INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN (JANUARY 2016)

Item Reference

Service and Issue

Output

 

Scheme location, description and overall output

Justification

 

Evidence supporting the scheme’s inclusion in the IDP

Development in the Local Plan which is dependent upon the output

Lead and delivery partners

Cost (if known)

Funding arrangements

 

CIL, S106, S278 or other

Scheme status

 

Study, concept, detailed design or committed

Timescale for delivery

 

Short term <5 yrs

Medium term 5-10 yrs

Long term 10> yrs

Or Varies

Local Plan

Importance to strategy

 

Critical

Essential

Desirable

Risk to delivery

 

High

Moderate

Low

SCHEDULE A: HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION

MAIDSTONE TOWN CENTRE

HTTC1

Highway improvements

 

Works to reduce traffic congestion.

Provision of a bridge gyratory bypass through Fairmeadow to reduce congestion in the Town Centre.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

SELEP Business Case – Maidstone Gyratory Bypass

 

Development across the Borough may exacerbate the existing congestion issues without the intervention.

 

 

KCC / MBC

£5.47m

Local Enterprise Partnership / MBC (New Homes Bonus committed)

 

Detailed design work is complete however further work is underway in respect of non-motorised modes. Funds have been secured.  Construction to commence early 2016.

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTTC2

Public transport and highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the public transport network.

Provision of a bus lane on Romney Place.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

KCC Local Transport Plan

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

 

KCC

£60k

Local Transport Plan

Detailed design work is complete. Funds have been secured.  Construction anticipated in 2016.

 

 

Short term

 

 

Essential

Low

HTTC3

Public transport

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to secure cycle parking at Maidstone West Railway Station.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Cycle Parking Project Grant Agreement 2015

 

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing users.

 

 

 

 

 

MBC

Overall project cost £15k. This scheme is one of four within the project.

Local Sustainable Transport Fund

Scheme committed through Grant Agreement

Short term

Desirable

Low

HTTC4

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve accessibility and appearance.

Package of measures to improve the pedestrian environment and public realm along Week Street

Maidstone Economic Development Strategy 2015 - 2031

 

Maidstone Town Centre Assessment 2013

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

 

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC

£1.5m

CIL

 

Outline scheme and costings developed.

 

 

Short term

 

Essential

Low

HTTC5

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve accessibility and appearance.

Package of measures to improve pedestrian linkages from the Town Centre to the riverside, including the pedestrianisation of Earl Street, from Pudding Lane to Week Street.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Maidstone Economic Development Strategy 2015 - 2031

 

Maidstone Town Centre Assessment 2013

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC

£972k

CIL

Outline scheme and costings developed

Medium term

 

Essential

Moderate

HTTC6

Pedestrian environment and cycle provision

 

Measures to improve accessibility and permeability.

Provision of a shared use pedestrian/ cycle footbridge linking St Peter’s Street and Earl Street

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Maidstone Town Centre Assessment 2013

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC / KCC

Unknown

 

 

CIL

 

Study completed but further work required

Long term

Desirable

High

HTTC7

Pedestrian environment and public realm

 

Measures to improve accessibility, safety and appearance.

Footpath improvements and improved public realm on Gabriel’s Hill.

Maidstone Economic Development Strategy 2015 - 2031

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC

£1.178m

CIL

Outline scheme and costings developed

Medium term

 

Essential

Moderate

HTTC8

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve access and safety for pedestrians

New section of riverside towpath and improvements to existing riverside towpath from Scotney Garden to Whatman Park.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Maidstone Borough Local Plan 2000

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Planning permission MA/13/0297

 

Planning permission MA/02/0820

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC / KCC

Unknown

S278 and S106

Committed through planning permissions MA/02/0820 and MA/13/0297

 

Short term

 

Essential

Low

HTTC9

Pedestrian and cycle environment

 

Measures to improve access and safety for pedestrians and cyclists

Improvements to the existing towpath on the eastern and western banks of the River Medway.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Cycle Strategy 2011-31

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

SELEP Business Case – River Medway Cycle Path

 

Destination Management Plan 2015

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC / KCC

£2.5m

SELEP and MBC (New Homes Bonus committed)

 

Draft designs and costings developed.

 

 

Short term

 

Essential

Low

HTTC10

Public transport  and pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve accessibility and appearance.

Improvements to Maidstone East Rail Station forecourt and ticket office, together with improvements to the public realm at the northern end of Week Street.

SELEP Business Case - Maidstone East

 

Maidstone Town Centre Assessment 2013

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

SHEDLAA 2014

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

South Eastern Trains / Network Rail / MBC / KCC

£2.0m

SELEP and Network Rail

 

 

Detailed design and a funding bid is with SELEP for consideration.

 

Short term

 

Essential

Moderate

HTTC11

Pedestrian environment and public realm

 

Measures to improve accessibility and appearance.

Improvements at Sessions House Square and Week Street to provide an enhanced public open space and public realm.

Maidstone Town Centre Assessment 2013

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

SHEDLAA 2014

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

RMX1 (2) Maidstone East and Maidstone Sorting Office

MBC / KCC

Unknown

S106

Outline design completed.

Medium term

Essential

Moderate

HTTC12

Pedestrian environment and public realm

 

Measures to improve accessibility, safety and appearance.

Package of measures to improve linkages, accessibility and the quality of the public realm on Rose Yard, Pudding Lane and Market Buildings.

Maidstone Economic Development Strategy 2015 - 2031

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC / KCC

£1.52m

CIL

Initial costings estimate developed.

Medium term

Desirable

High

HTTC13

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve town centre legibility.

Package of measures to introduce themed trails and quarters in the town centre to improve legibility.

 

 

Destination Management Plan 2015

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

 

MBC / KCC

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Concept identified in DMP Action Plan. Further detailed work required.

Medium term

Desirable

High

HTTC14

Pedestrian environment and cycle provision

Footpath and public realm improvements on King Street between the junction of Wyke Manor Road and site RMX1 (3)

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Town Centre Study 2010

 

 

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

RMX1 (3) King Street

 

 

 

MBC / KCC

Unknown

S106

Further work required to establish outline scheme

Short term

Essential

Low

HTTC15

Walking and cycling provision

 

Measures to improve pedestrian connectivity and the cycle network.

Package of measures identified in the Walking and Cycling Strategy to improve pedestrian connectivity and to improve the accessibility and quality of the cycle network within the Town Centre.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Town Centre Study 2010

Maidstone Town Centre SP4

 

The schemes will benefit new and existing users in the Town Centre.

 

KCC / MBC

Unknown

CIL / DfT Sustainable Travel “Access” Fund / DfT Integrated Transport block funding

Various schemes at different stages of development.

Varies

Essential

Moderate

MAIDSTONE URBAN AREA – M20 Junction 7 Strategic Development Area

 HTJ71

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Capacity improvements and signalisation of Bearstead roundabout and capacity improvements at New Cut roundabout. Provision of a new signal pedestrian crossing and the provision of a combined foot/cycle way between these two roundabouts.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1163

RMX1 (1) Newnham Park, Maidstone

 

 

KCC

£809k - £1.09m

S106

Committed scheme under MA/13/1163.

 

 

Short term / Medium term

 

 

Critical

Low

HTJ72

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the strategic road network.

Traffic signalisation of the M20 J7 roundabout, widening of the coast bound off-slip and creation of a new signal controlled pedestrian route through the junction.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1163

RMX1 (1) Newnham Park, Maidstone

 

Highways England

£0.2m

S106

Committed scheme under MA/13/1163.

 

 

Short term / Medium term

 

 

Critical

Low

HTJ73

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the strategic road network.

Capacity improvements at M2 J5 (located in Swale Borough)

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1163

 

RMX1 (1) Newnham Park, Maidstone

 

Highways England

Unknown

DfT / S106

DfT have agreed funding in principle. Options Study to commence in 2016.

 

 

Medium term

 

 

Critical

Low

HTJ74

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Upgrading of Bearstead Road to a dual carriageway between Bearstead roundabout and New Cut roundabout.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/13/1931

RMX1 (1) Newnham Park, Maidstone

 

 

KCC

£2.7m - £3.3m

S106

 

Detailed design prepared as part of planning application

 

 

Medium term

 

 

Critical

Low

HTJ75

Public transport and highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the public transport network.

Increased frequency of 333 / 334 route to provide a bus service with 15 minute intervals between site RMX1 (1) and the town centre, potentially to include the provision of bus priority measures on New Cut Road to include traffic signals at the junction with the A20 Ashford Road.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/13/1931

 

Planning permission MA/13/1163

RMX1 (1) Newnham Park, Maidstone

 

 

KCC / Arriva

c£2.7m

 

 

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

Bus extension scheme options considered under planning applications at site RMX1 (1).

 

 

Short term / Medium term

 

Critical

Moderate

MAIDSTONE URBAN AREA – South East Maidstone Strategic Development Area

HTSE1

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Capacity improvements on the A274 Sutton Road between the junctions of Wallis Avenue and Loose Road, incorporating bus prioritisation measures from the Willington Street junction to the Wheatsheaf junction, together with bus infrastructure improvements.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning permission MA/13/1149

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

Planning permission MA/13/1523

 

Planning permission MA/12/0986

 

Planning permission MA/12/0987

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

H1 (6) North of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (7) Land north of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police Training School, Maidstone

 

KCC

Unknown

 

Existing s106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Study underway to ascertain detailed scheme and costings

Short term

 

 

Critical

High

HTSE2

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to capacity at the junctions of Willington Street/Wallis Avenue and Sutton Road

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning permission MA/13/1148

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

Planning permission MA/13/1523

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

H1 (6) North of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (7) Land north of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police Training School, Maidstone

 

KCC

£267k plus statutory undertakings and potential land acquisition

Existing s106 contributions

 

Local Growth Fund

 

 

Outline design developed

 

 

Short term

 

 

Critical

Moderate

HTSE3

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Provision of a new road between Gore Court Road and Sutton Road through site H1 (6)

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

H1 (6) Land north of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

 

 

KCC

Unknown

Developer funded

Scheme committed through MA/13/0951

Short term

 

 

Critical

Low

HTSE4

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Widening of Gore Court Road between the new road and White Horse Lane

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

H1 (7) Land north of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S106

 

 

Need for the scheme established through the SHEDLAA

Short term / Medium term

 

 

Critical

Moderate

HTSE5

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Provision of a new roundabout to provide access to site H1 (5)

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning permission MA/13/1148

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

KCC

£220k

S278

Delivered as part of the Langley Park development

N/A

Critical

Low

HTSE6

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to capacity at the A229/A274 Wheatsheaf junction

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy

2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/12/0986

 

Planning permission MA/12/0987

 

Planning permission MA/14/503167

H1 (7) North of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police Training School, Maidstone

 

H1 (29) New Line Learning, Maidstone

 

KCC

£483k plus statutory undertakings and potential land acquisition

Existing s106 contributions

 

Local Growth Fund

 

CIL

Outline design developed

 

 

Short term / Medium term

 

Critical

Low

HTSE7

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to the approaches to the Bridge Gyratory signal junctions from the Wheatsheaf junction.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy

2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/12/0986

 

Planning permission MA/12/0987

 

Planning permission MA/14/503167

 

H1 (7) North of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police Training School, Maidstone

 

H1 (29) New Line Learning, Maidstone

 

KCC

Unknown

Existing s106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Planning applications have demonstrated the need for improvements. An options study is required to determine appropriate scheme.

Short term / Medium term

 

Critical

Moderate

HTSE8

Public transport

 

Measures to improve opportunities for access to the public transport network and improve network functionality

 

Extension and/or improvements to the frequency of bus services along the A274 Sutton Road to connect the allocated sites with the Town Centre.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy

2011-31

 

Arriva Consultation 2015

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

H1 (6) North of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (7) North of Bicknor Wood, Maidstone

 

 

H1 (8) West of Church Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police Training School, Maidstone

 

Arriva / KCC

c2.7m

CIL

Discussions ongoing with Arriva to determine the most appropriate scheme

Short term / Medium term

Essential

Moderate

HTSE9

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility.

Provision of a new footway on the northern side of Sutton Road.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Planning application MA/15/509015

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

 

 

KCC

£550k

S106

 

Outline design developed

Short term

Critical

Low

HTSE10

Pedestrian environment and cycle provision

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility

Provision of a Toucan crossing on A274 to connect site H1 (6) to site H1 (5).

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

H1 (6) North of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S106 / S278

Committed scheme under MA/13/0951.

 

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTSE11

Cycle provision

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility

Provision of a cycle route through sites H1 (5) and H1 (10) from the A274 in the vicinity of Langley Church to Brishling Lane.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/15/509015

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

KCC / Developer

Unknown

S106 / S278

Outline design developed

Short term

Critical

Low

HTSE12

Cycle provision

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility

Connections to the existing cycle network from Park Wood to the town centre

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/15/509015

 

Planning application MA/14/506264

 

Planning permission MA/13/1148

 

 

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

 

H1 (9) Bicknor Farm, Maidstone

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

 

KCC

Unknown

S106 / S278

Outline design developed

Short term

 

Critical

Low

MAIDSTONE URBAN AREA – North West Maidstone Strategic Development Area

HTNW1

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the strategic road network

Interim improvement to M20 J5 roundabout including white lining scheme

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

 

Planning permission MA/13/1702

 

Planning permission

MA/14/501209

 

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

Highways England / KCC

Unknown

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

Need for the scheme established through the planning consents

 

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTNW2

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve the functionality of the strategic road network

Traffic signalisation of M20 J5 roundabout and localised widening of slip roads and circulatory carriageway.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/14/503735

 

Planning application MA/14/503786

 

Planning permission MA/13/1702

 

Planning permission

MA/14/501209

 

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

Highways England / KCC

£383k plus statutory undertakings and potential land acquisition

Local Growth Fund

 

CIL

 

 

Outline design developed.

Medium term

Essential

Low

HTNW3

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

 

Provision of an additional lane at the Coldharbour roundabout.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission

MA/14/501209

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

 

Planning permission

MA/13/1702

 

Planning application MA/14/503735

 

Planning application MA/14/503786

 

 

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

 

KCC

£2.6m

Existing S106 contributions

 

Local Growth Fund

 

CIL

Outline design developed

Short term

Critical

Moderate

HTNW4

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

 

Capacity improvements at the junction of Fountain Lane and A26

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission

MA/13/1702

 

Planning application MA/14/503735

 

Planning application MA/14/503786

 

Planning application MA/13/2079

 

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

KCC

£400k

Existing S106 contributions

 

Local Growth Fund

 

CIL

 

Outline design developed

Short term

Critical

Moderate

HTNW5

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

 

Capacity improvements at the junction of Hermitage Lane and London Road, and widening of the A20 between the Hermitage Lane and Mills Road junctions.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Development in north western Maidstone will place additional pressure on this junction.

 

 

 

 

KCC

£499k plus statutory undertakings and potential land acquisition

Local Growth Fund

 

CIL

 

Outline design developed.

Short term

Essential

Moderate

HTNW7

Public transport

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Provision of a circular bus route to serve the north west Maidstone strategic development area.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission

MA/13/1702

 

Arriva Consultation 2015

 

 

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

KCC / Arriva

Unknown

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Need for the scheme established through the planning permission

Short term

Essential

Moderate

HTNW8

Pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Provision of a footway on the western side of Hermitage Lane and pedestrian crossing facilities, together with a footway to link to the existing pedestrian island on Hermitage Lane.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/13/1702

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme committed through MA/13/1702

Short term

Critical

Low

HTNW9

Pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Provision of pedestrian crossing facilities on Hermitage Lane to the north of site H1 (2)

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane

KCC

Unknown

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Need for the scheme established through the planning permission

Short term

Critical

Moderate

HTNW10

Cycle provision

 

Provision of a new cycle lane along B2246 Hermitage Lane

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

H1 (1) Bridge Nurseries, Maidstone

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (3) West of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

 

KCC

Unknown       

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Outline design developed.

Medium term

Essential

Moderate

MAIDSTONE URBAN AREA - Other

HTUA1

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity

Highway improvements at Boughton Lane and at the junction of Boughton Lane and the A229 Loose Road.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning application MA/13/2197

 

Planning application MA/14/503167

 

Planning permission MA/14/503167

 

 

H1 (29) New Line Learning, Loose

 

H1 (58) Land at Boughton Lane, Loose

 

H1 (59) Land at Boughton Mount

KCC

Unknown

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Planning applications have demonstrated the need for an intervention. An options study is required to determine appropriate scheme.

Short term

Critical

Moderate

 

 

 

HTUA2

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity

Improvements to capacity at the A20/Willington Street junction

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/15/503288

EMP1 (5) Woodcut Farm, Bearsted

 

 

KCC

£86k plus statutory undertakings and potential land acquisition

S106 / S278

 

Local Growth Fund

Outline design developed.

 

Short term

 

Critical

Low

HTUA3

Pedestrian and public transport improvements

Package of measures to provide bus stops, pedestrian refuges and improvements to the footway on the northern side of the A20 Ashford Road.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Planning application MA/15/503288

EMP1 (5) Woodcut Farm, Bearsted

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S106 / S278

 

 

 

Outline design developed.

 

Short term

 

Critical

Low

HTUA4

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve accessibility and provide additional capacity

Highway and footway improvements to North Street, Barming

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning application MA/14/506419

 

 

H1 (23) North Street, Barming

KCC

Unknown

S106 / S278

Committed scheme under planning application MA/14/506419

Short term

Critical

Low

HTUA5

Public transport

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to secure cycle parking at Bearstead Railway Station.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Cycle Parking Project Grant Agreement 2015

 

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing users.

 

 

 

 

 

MBC

Overall project cost £15k. This scheme is one of four within the project.

Local Sustainable Transport Fund

Scheme committed through Grant Agreement

Short term

Desirable

Low

HTUA6

Walking and cycling provision

 

Measures to improve pedestrian connectivity and the cycle network.

Package of measures identified in the Walking and Cycling Strategy to improve pedestrian connectivity and to improve the accessibility and quality of the cycle network within the Maidstone Urban Area.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

 

The schemes will benefit new and existing users in various locations.

 

 

KCC / MBC

Unknown

CIL / DfT Sustainable Travel “Access” Fund / DfT Integrated Transport block funding

Various schemes at different stages of development.

Varies

Essential

Moderate

RURAL AREAS - Coxheath

HTC1

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity and improve safety

 

Linton Crossroads junction improvements

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Mott McDonald Study June 2015

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Planning permission MA/14/0836

 

Planning permission MA/14/0566

 

 

H1 (34) Heathfield, Heath Road, Coxheath

 

H1 (35) Forstal Lane, Coxheath

 

H1 (60) Junction of Church Street and Heath Road, Boughton Monchelsea

 

H1 (36) Older’s Field, Coxheath

 

H1 (37) Clockhouse Farm, Coxheath

 

Other development sites in Coxheath and Loose/Boughton Monchelsea are likely to have an impact on the junction.

 

KCC

£650k

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

Outline design completed

Short term / Medium term

Critical

Moderate

HTC2

Public transport

 

Measures to improve opportunities for sustainable transport and improve network functionality

 

Increased frequency of the No. 89 route

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Integrated Transport Strategy

2011-31

 

Arriva Consultation 2015

 

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Coxheath area.

 

 

KCC / Arriva

c£900k

CIL

Discussions ongoing with Arriva

Short term / Medium term

Essential

Moderate

HTC3

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Coxheath.

 

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Coxheath Neighbourhood Plan

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Coxheath area.

 

KCC / Coxheath Parish Council     

Unknown

CIL

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

HTC4

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

 

Provision of a formal footway link between site H1 (35) and Mill Lane.

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

H1 (35) Forstal Lane, Coxheath

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

KCC

Unknown

S106

SHEDLAA identifies the need for the footway

Short term

Critical

Low

HTC5

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Package of measures including bus stop improvements on Heath Road, new footways and pedestrian crossings

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/14/0566

H1 (37) Clockhouse Farm, Coxheath

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme committed through MA/14/0566

Short term

Critical

Low

HTC6

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Extension of the footway on the western side of Stockett Lane to the access of site H1 (33)

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

H1 (33) Linden Farm, Coxheath

KCC

Unknown

S278

Need for the scheme identified in the SHEDLAA

Short term

Critical

Low

HTC7

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Extension of the footway on the northern side of Heath Road to site H1 (36)

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

H1 (36) North of Heath Road, Coxheath

KCC

Unknown

S278

Need for the scheme identified in the SHEDLAA

Short term

Critical

Low

RURAL AREAS - Harrietsham

HTHA1

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve safety

 

A20 Ashford Road highways improvements to include carriageway narrowing, reduction of the speed limit and pedestrian crossing facilities

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/14/0828

 

Planning application MA/13/1823

 

Planning application MA/14/0095

 

JMP A20 Stage 2 Report April 2014

 

 

H1 (38) South of Ashford Road, Harrietsham

 

H1 (39) Mayfield Nursery, Harrietsham

 

H1 (40) Church Road, Harrietsham

 

KCC

£1.1m

Existing s106 contributions

 

 

Detailed design work completed and costings developed

 

 

Short term

Critical

Moderate

HTHA2

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

Package of measures including the upgrading and realignment of part of Church Road, localised repositioning of white lining on the A20 and provision of a ghost island right turn lane; provision of new and improved footways and improvements to the existing “splitter island” to provide a pedestrian crossing point.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning application MA/14/0095

 

 

H1 (40) Church Road, Harrietsham

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme committed through planning permission MA/14/0095

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHA3

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Harrietsham.

 

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Harrietsham Neighbourhood Plan

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Harrietsham area.

 

KCC / Harrietsham Parish Council / South Eastern Rail              

Unknown

CIL

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

RURAL AREAS – Headcorn

HTHE1

Highway improvements and pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility

Package of measures at Grigg Lane and Oak Lane, Headcorn including the provision of footways on Oak Lane, footway works on Grigg Lane and improvements at the junction of Oak Lane /Wheeler Street (A274)

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/12/1949

 

Planning permission MA/13/1943

 

Planning application MA/15/501342

 

 

 

H1 (43) Grigg Lane and Lenham Road, Headcorn

KCC

Unknown

S106

 

 

 

Outline design work completed and scheme committed through planning permissions MA/12/1949 and MA/13/1943

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHE2

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve safety

 

Signalisation of the Kings Road / Mill Bank junction, Headcorn.

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/15/503325

 

Planning application MA/14/505162

 

 

H1 (42) Ulcombe Road and Millbank, Headcorn

 

H1 (46) North of Lenham Road, Headcorn

 

 

KCC

Unknown                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Existing S106 contributions

 

Scheme committed under planning permission MA/15/503325

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHE3

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve safety

 

Extension of the 30 mph limit and upgrading of road markings on Ulcombe Road, Headcorn

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning application MA/15/503325

 

H1 (42) Ulcombe Road and Millbank, Headcorn

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme committed under planning permission MA/15/503325

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHE4

Highway improvements and pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety

 

Package of measures on Lenham Road, Headcorn including extension of the 30 mph limit, construction of appropriate visibility sightlines and new dropped kerb crossings.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning application MA/14/505162

 

H1 (46) North of Lenham Road, Headcorn

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme committed under planning permission MA/14/505162

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHE5

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve accessibility and safety

Provision of a footway along the A274 from the access to site EMP1 (4) to connect with the existing footway to the south, and provide pedestrian access to the existing bus stops.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

SHEDLAA 2014

EMP1 (2) West of Barradale Farm, Headcorn

KCC

Unknown

S106

Need for the scheme identified in the SHEDLAA.

Short term

Critical

Low

HTHE6

Public transport

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

Improvements to secure cycle parking at Headcorn Railway Station.

 

 

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Cycle Parking Project Grant Agreement 2015

 

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing users.

 

 

 

 

 

MBC

Overall project cost £15k. This scheme is one of four within the project.

Local Sustainable Transport Fund

Scheme committed through Grant Agreement

Short term

Desirable

Low

HTHE7

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Headcorn. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Headcorn area.

 

 

KCC / Headcorn Parish Council / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

LENHAM

HTL1

Highway improvements and pedestrian environment

 

Works to improve safety and accessibility

Extension of the 30 mph limit on the Old Ashford Road to site H1 (29) and extension of the footway on the northern side of the road.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

H1 (47) Tanyard Farm, Lenham

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S106

SHEDLAA identifies potential need for the scheme.

Short term

Essential

Moderate

HTL2

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Lenham 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Lenham Neighbourhood Plan

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Headcorn area.

 

 

KCC / Lenham Parish Council / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

MARDEN

HTM1

Public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality

 

Package of improvements to Marden Rail Station including provision of a new shelter, additional seats, CCTV and lighting as part of one scheme, and provision of a cycle park as part of another scheme.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/13/1291

 

Planning permission MA/13/1585

 

Planning permission MA/13/0693

 

Planning application MA/13/1928

H1 (49) Howland Road, Marden

 

H1 (50) Stanley Farm, Marden

 

H1 (51) The Parsonage, Marden

 

H1 (52) Marden Cricket and Hockey Club

 

H1 (53) Land south of The Parsonage, Marden

 

Unknown

South Eastern Trains

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

 

 

Outline design work completed

Short term

Essential

Low

HTM2

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality, safety and accessibility.

 

Package of measures including the upgrading of the zebra crossing on Goudhurst Road to a pelican crossing, the provision of a pedestrian crossing on Church Green, traffic calming measures and improvements to bus infrastructure.

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning permission MA/13/1585

 

Planning permission MA/13/0693

 

Planning application MA/13/1928

 

 

 

 

H1 (50) Stanley Farm, Marden

 

H1 (51) The Parsonage, Marden

 

H1 (52) Marden Cricket and Hockey Club

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Committed through planning permissions MA/13/1585, MA/13/0693 and MA/13/1928  

Short term

Critical

Low

HTM3

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Footpath widening and traffic calming on Howland Road, Marden

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Planning permission MA/13/1291

 

H1 (49) Howland Road, Marden

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Committed through planning permission MA/13/1291

Short term

Critical

Low

HTM4

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Marden.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Marden area.

 

 

KCC / Marden Parish Council / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

STAPLEHURST

HTS1

Highway improvements

 

Works to provide additional capacity

 

Capacity improvements at the junction of A229, Headcorn Road, Station Road and Marden Road, Staplehurst.

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/14/502010

 

Planning application MA/14/505432

 

SHEDLAA 2014

 

Mott McDonald Study 2015

 

H1 (54) Hen and Duckhurst Farm, Staplehurst

 

H1 (55) Fishers Farm, Staplehurst

 

 

 

KCC

Currently unknown

S106

Outline design work completed

 

Short term

Critical

Moderate

HTS2

Pedestrian environment, public transport, highway safety and cycle provision

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Package of measures in north eastern Staplehurst including the provision of a pedestrian and cycle crossing on Headcorn Road, bus infrastructure improvements, extension of the 30 mph speed limit on Headcorn Road.

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/14/505432

 

H1 (55) Fishers Farm, Staplehurst

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme to be committed through planning permission MA/14/505432

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTS3

Pedestrian environment, public transport and highway safety.

 

Measures to improve functionality, safety and accessibility.

 

Package of measures in north western Staplehurst including the provision of pedestrian and cycle links to the railway station, provision of a pedestrian and cycle crossing on Marden Road. bus infrastructure improvements, traffic calming and the extension of the 30 mph limit on Marden Road.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/14/502010

 

 

H1 (54) Hen and Duckhurst Farm, Staplehurst

 

 

KCC

Unknown

S278

Scheme to be committed through planning permission MA/14/502010

 

Short term

Critical

Low

HTS4

Public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and provide additional capacity.

 

Improvements to public and passenger facilities at Staplehurst Rail Station.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Planning application MA/14/502010

 

Planning application MA/14/505432

 

H1 (54) Hen and Duckhurst Farm, Staplehurst

 

H1 (55) Fishers Farm, Staplehurst

 

H1 (56) North of Henhurst Farm, Staplehurst

 

Network Rail / South Eastern Trains

Estimated cost £900k

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

South Eastern are developing an outline design

Short term

Essential

High

HTS5

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Staplehurst.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

Staplehurst Neighbourhood Plan

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Staplehurst area.

 

 

KCC / Staplehurst Parish Council / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

YALDING

HTY1

Pedestrian environment

 

Measures to improve safety and accessibility.

 

Extension of the footway along Vicarage Road to site H1 (46)

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA

H1 (67) Vicarage Road, Yalding

 

KCC

Unknown

S106

Need for scheme identified through SHEDLAA.

Short term

Critical

Low

HTY2

Highway improvements

 

Works to improve safety

 

 

 

Safety improvements to level crossing at Hampstead Lane, Yalding

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

RMX1 (4) Former Syngenta Works, Yalding

 

 

Network Rail / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

S106

Need for scheme identified through SHEDLAA.

Short term

Essential

Moderate

HTY3

 

Highways improvements

 

Measures to improve accessibility and safety

 

Provision of a right turn lane on Hampstead Lane at its junction with Maidstone Road

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

SHEDLAA 2014

RMX1 (4) Former Syngenta Works, Yalding

 

KCC

Unknown

S106

Need for scheme identified through SHEDLAA.

Short term

Critical

Low

HTY4

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in Yalding.

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

 

Improvements will benefit new and existing users in and around the Yalding area.

 

 

KCC / Yalding Parish Council / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

OTHER RURAL AREAS

HTR1

Public transport

 

Works to provide additional capacity.

 

Improvements to secure cycle parking and installation of CCTV at Hollingbourne Railway Station.

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Cycle Parking Project Grant Agreement 2015

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing users.

 

MBC

Overall project cost £15k. This scheme is one of four within the project.

Local Sustainable Transport Fund

Scheme committed through Grant Agreement

Short term

Desirable

Low

HTR2

Walking and cycling provision

 

Measures to improve pedestrian connectivity and the cycle network.

Package of measures identified in the Walking and Cycling Strategy to improve pedestrian connectivity and to improve the accessibility and quality of the cycle network within the rural areas of the borough.

 

Sustainable Transport DM24

 

Walking and Cycling Strategy 2011-31

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

 

The schemes will benefit new and existing users in various locations.

 

 

KCC / MBC

Unknown

CIL / DfT Sustainable Travel “Access” Fund / DfT Integrated Transport block funding

Various schemes at different stages of development.

Varies

Essential

Moderate

HTR3

Pedestrian environment and public transport

 

Measures to improve functionality and accessibility.

 

Package of measures to improve sustainable transport infrastructure in other rural settlements and areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DM24 Sustainable Transport

 

Integrated Transport Strategy 2011-31

 

 

Improvements will benefit existing users and encourage further use of sustainable transport options.

 

 

KCC / Parish Councils / South Eastern Trains

Unknown

CIL

 

 

Further work is required to determine specific interventions.

 

Neighbourhood Plans?

Varies

Desirable

Moderate

SCHEDULE B: EDUCATION PROVISION

MAIDSTONE URBAN AREA   

EDM1

Secondary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

Provision of a 6FE secondary school on land adjacent to Invicta Grammar School and Valley Park School, Maidstone

 

Valley Invicta Academy Trust have confirmed that the application for Free School status has been approved, funding is provisionally secured and they are preparing a planning application.

 

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Housing development across the borough will generate the need for additional secondary school places

VIAT / DfE

Unknown

DfE have provisionally agreed to fund the school

Planning application is being prepared.

Short term

Essential

Moderate

EDM2

Secondary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of The Maplesden Noakes School, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/14/501209

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

 

Planning permission MA/14/504795

 

Housing development across the borough will generate the need for additional secondary school places

KCC

£3.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

 

Need for the scheme established through the planning permissions

Short term

Essential

Moderate

EDM3

Secondary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of The Maidstone Grammar School, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/13/1149

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

Planning permission MA/13/1523

 

Planning permission MA/13/1585

 

Planning permission MA/15/503325

 

Housing development across the borough will generate the need for additional secondary school places

KCC

£3.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2018-19

Short term

Essential

Moderate

EDM4

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

Provision of a new 2FE primary school on site H1 (2) Land East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/14/501209

 

Planning permission MA/13/1749

Planning permission MA/14/503735

 

Housing development in north western Maidstone, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£6.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery between 2019 and 2022.

Short term

Critical

Moderate

EDM5

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

Provision of a new 2FE primary school on site H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/13/1149

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

Planning permission MA/13/1523

 

Planning permission MA/12/0986

 

Planning permission MA/12/0987

 

Housing development in south eastern Maidstone, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£6.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2016-17

Short term

Critical

Moderate

EDM6

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

Provision of a new 2FE primary school on site H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2016 – 2020

 

Planning application

MA/15/509015

 

 

Housing development in south eastern Maidstone, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£6.0m

Future S106 contributions

 

 

Need for additional primary school capacity identified in the Commissioning Plan 2015 – 2019.

Medium term

Critical

Moderate

EDM7

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of South Borough Primary School, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/14/504795

 

Planning permission MA/13/2038

Housing development within Maidstone urban area will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£2.6m

Existing S106 contributions

 

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2016-17

Short term

Essential

Moderate

RURAL AREAS                     

EDR1

Secondary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of Cornwallis Academy, Loose, Maidstone

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2015 - 2019

 

Planning permission MA/14/502010

 

Planning permission MA/14/0566

 

Planning permission MA/13/1149

 

Planning permission MA/13/0951

 

Planning permission MA/13/1523

 

Housing development across the borough will generate the need for additional secondary school places

KCC

£3.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

CIL

 

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2018-19

Short term

Essential

Moderate

EDR2

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of either Harrietsham Primary School or Lenham Primary School.

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2016 – 2020

 

Planning permission MA/14/0828

 

Planning permission MA/13/1823

 

Planning permission MA/14/0095

 

Planning permission MA/14/0475

Housing development in Harrietsham and Lenham, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£1.77m

CIL

 

Existing S106 contributions

 

 

 

The timing and location of this scheme is currently under review pending the outcome of feasibility studies.

Short term / Medium Term

Essential

Moderate

EDR3

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

0.6FE expansion of Marden Primary School.

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2016 – 2020

 

Planning permission MA/13/1291

 

Planning permission MA/13/1585

 

Planning permission MA/13/0693

 

Planning permission MA/13/1928

 

 

Housing development in Marden, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£1.439m

Existing S106 contributions

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2017-18

Short term

Critical

Moderate

EDR4

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

1FE expansion of Headcorn Primary School.

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2016 – 2020

 

Planning permission MA/14/502010

 

Planning permission MA/15/503325

 

Housing development in Headcorn, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

 

 

 

KCC

£4.0m

Existing S106 contributions

 

 

Identified in the Commissioning Plan for delivery by 2017-18

Short term

Critical

Moderate

EDR5

Primary education

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

0.5FE expansion of Staplehurst Primary School

KCC School Commissioning Plan 2016 – 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Housing development in Staplehurst, in particular, will generate the need for additional primary school places in this area

KCC

£885k

CIL

The timing and of this scheme will be kept under review.

Medium Term

Essential

Moderate

SCHEDULE C: HEALTH PROVISION

HP1

 

 

 

GP Surgeries

 

Measures to improve quality and provide additional capacity

 

A full response is still awaited from NHS Property Services however it is not anticipated that development proposed in the Local Plan will generate the need for new GP Surgeries within the borough. Development is expected to place pressure on some existing services however and so improvements and works to extend premises are likely to be required in some areas in order to accommodate growth in a sustainable manner.

 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

NHS Property Services and partners

Unknown

CIL

 

 

 

 

HP2

Maidstone Hospital

 

 

A full response is still awaited from the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust.

 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE D: SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

SC1

 

 

 

 

Community Facilities

 

Measures to provide additional facilities

 

Provision of a new community facility within site H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

Planning permission

MA/13/1702

 

H1 (2) East of Hermitage Lane, Maidstone

Developer

Unknown

S106

Need for the facility established through the planning permission

Short term

Critical

Low

SC2

 

 

 

 

Community Facilities

 

Measures to provide additional facilities

 

Provision of a new community facility within site H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

Planning permission MA/13/1148

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

Developer

Unknown

S106

Need for the facility established through the planning permission

Short term

Critical

Low

SC3

Social services

 

Measures to improve quality and provide additional capacity

 

A full response is still awaited from KCC in respect of adult social services, youth services and community learning however it is not anticipated that development proposed in the Local Plan will generate the need for new facilities within the borough. Development is expected to place pressure on some existing services however and so improvements to existing premises may to be required in some areas in order to accommodate growth in a sustainable manner.

 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

KCC

Unknown

CIL

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE E: PUBLIC SERVICES

PS1

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

Expansion of existing Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Bearsted area.

 

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c170 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Bearsted area

SECAmb

£7k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS2

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Harrietsham area.

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c242 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Harrietsham area

SECAmb

£14k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS3

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Expansion of existing Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Lenham area.

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c164 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Lenham area

SECAmb

£7k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS4

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Marden area.

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c447 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Marden area

SECAmb

£17.5k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS5

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Staplehurst area.

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c710 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Staplehurst  area

SECAmb

£28k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS5

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Headcorn area.

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c417 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Headcorn area

SECAmb

£17.5k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS6

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Yalding area.

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c275 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Yalding area

SECAmb

£10.5k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS7

Ambulance service

 

Measures to increase coverage

 

Creation of a new Community First Responder (CFR) Scheme required in the Hollingbourne area.

 

Mapping and analysis undertaken by SECAmb – October 2015

 

Development in the Local Plan will result in c39 new homes in an area which SECAmb  currently cannot provide adequate emergency cover

 

The scheme will benefit new and existing residents in the Hollingbourne area

SECAmb

£7k

CIL

Scheme is ready to implement, pending funding.

Short term / Medium term

Essential

High

PS8

Library provision

 

Measures to improve quality and provide additional capacity

 

A full response is still awaited from KCC in respect of library provision however it is not anticipated that development proposed in the Local Plan will generate the need for new facilities within the borough. Development is expected to place pressure on some existing services however and so improvements to existing premises may to be required in some areas in order to accommodate growth in a sustainable manner.

 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

KCC

Unknown

CIL

 

 

 

 

PS9

Waste management

 

Measures to improve quality and provide additional capacity

 

A full response is still awaited from KCC in respect of waste management infrastructure however it is not anticipated that development proposed in the Local Plan will generate the need for new facilities within the borough. Development is expected to place pressure on some existing services however and so improvements to existing premises may to be required in some areas in order to accommodate growth in a sustainable manner.

                 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

KCC

Unknown

CIL

 

 

 

 

PS10

Police service

 

Measures to improve quality and provide additional capacity

 

 

A full response is still awaited from Kent Police in respect of the need for additional policing infrastructure.

                 

Further details on specific interventions will be included in the IDP when the evidence is made available.

 

 

 

Kent Police

Unknown

CIL

 

 

 

 

 SCHEDULE F: UTILITIES

UT1

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

8km of 300mm dia main from Charing to Headcorn area

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

 

Development in Marden, Staplehurst and

Headcorn

 

SEW and contractors

£4.7m

Developer contributions off set by revenue and business plan funding.

Concept

Medium term

Critical

High

UT2

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

4km of 400mm dia main from Loose to Linton

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

 

Development in Coxheath

SEW and contractors

£2.5m

Developer contributions off set by revenue and business plan funding.

Concept

Medium term

Critical

High

UT3

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

Transfer main Kingshill to Allington

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

Development in Boughton Monchelsea, Chart Sutton, Downwood,  Otham, Maidstone,

Harrietsham and

Lenham.

 

SEW and contractors

£1.6m

Developer contributions off set by revenue and business plan funding.

Concept

Short term

Critical

High

UT4

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

Transfer main Maidstone to Boughton

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

Development in Boughton Monchelsea, Chart Sutton,

Downwood, Otham, Parkwood and

Maidstone.

SEW and contractors

£1.9m

Developer contributions off set by revenue and business plan funding.

Concept

Short term

Critical

High

UT5

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

Transfer main at Penenden Heath

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

EMP1 (5) Woodcut Farm, Maidstone

SEW and contractors

£1.4m

Developer contributions off set by revenue and business plan funding

Concept

Short term

Critical

High

UT6

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

Local reinforcement at Yalding

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

Development in Yalding

SEW and contractors

£120k

Developer  contributions offset by revenue

Awaiting application from Developer

Short term

Essential

Moderate

UT7

Water Supply

 

Measures to increase capacity

Local reinforcement at at Ulcombe Road, Headcorn

Hydraulic modelling using demand projections and resource availability from WRMP

Development in Ulcombe Road, Headcorn.

SEW and contractors

£10k

Developer contributions off set by revenue

Awaiting application from developer

Medium term

Essential

Moderate

UT8

Waste Water Treatment

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

 

Provision of additional waste water treatment capacity to serve development

Southern Water has advised that additional waste water treatment capacity may be required to accommodate development proposed in the Local Plan but that this requirement should not be a constraint to development. Development in Harrietsham may require additional infrastructure however, other than capacity enhancements at Lenhan (UT9) no further specific requirements have been identified.

 

All development must be adequately serviced by waste water treatment infrastructure.

Southern Water

Unknown

Southern Water through Periodic Review process.

Schemes will be developed through the Southern Water through Periodic Review process and in response to approaches from developers.

Varies

Critical

Low

UT9

Waste Water Treatment

 

Measures to provide additional capacity

Provision of additional waste water treatment capacity to serve Lenham broad location development

Southern Water has advised that additional waste water treatment capacity will be required to serve the overall development of 1500 homes in Lenham. A new or amended environmental permit will be required from the Environment Agency in order to accommodate the capacity enhancements at Lenham WTW.

 

Policy H3 (3) Lenham broad location.

Southern Water

Unknown

Southern Water through Periodic Review process.

A feasibility study is required to determine whether the capacity can be provided at Lenham WTW in accordance with Environment Agency treatment standards or whether alternative solutions will be required.

Long term

Critical

Moderate

UT10    

Sewerage infrastructure

 

Works to provide connectivity and additional capacity where required

 

Each development site will generate the need for connectivity to the existing sewerage infrastructure network. Many of these connections will require off site works. Where there is insufficient capacity in the network to accommodate new development, new or improved sewerage infrastructure will also be required.

Southern Water has advised that connectivity and capacity enhancements to the sewerage infrastructure network will be required for many of the sites identified in the Local Plan

 

Although in some cases adequate capacity may exist at this time, it is not possible to guarantee future reservation of this capacity

Development across the Borough will generate the need for connectivity to the sewerage network which may also require capacity enhancements to accommodate the new development.

 

Significant new or improved sewerage infrastructure will be required for H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, H1 (11) Springfield, H3 (2) Invicta Barracks and H3 (3) Lenham.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Southern Water

Unknown

Southern Water

 

Developers

Schemes to provide connectivity and potentially capacity enhancements will usually be developed either during or following the development management process.

Varies

Critical

Low

SCHEDULE G: GREEN AND BLUE INFRASTRUCTURE

GBI1

 

Blue infrastructure improvements

 

Works to improve fish passages

 

Yalding fish pass - This structure is 1 of 2 remaining obstructions to fish migration on the main stem of the river Medway. Yalding autosluice is a complete barrier to fish movement. 8.8 km of main river will be connected

Yalding -TQ 6903 4977

 

This work is high priority to meet the requirements of Water Framework Directive and Eel Regulations.



 

Not directly related to individual development sites. Will support Local Plan strategy incl. Policy SS1

 

Environment Agency

£300k

 

CIL

 

Some match funding from DEFRA may be possible

Outline designs have been completed by EA awaiting funding to continue to project development

Short / Medium Term

Desirable

High

GBI2

Blue infrastructure improvements

 

Works to improve fish passages

 

East Farleigh fish pass - This structure is 1 of 2 remaining obstructions to fish migration on the main stem of the river Medway. East Farleigh lock is a complete barrier to fish movement. 10.5 km of main river will be connected. East Farleigh - TQ 7353 5356

This work is high priority to meet the requirements of Water Framework Directive and Eel Regulations.

 

Not directly related to individual development sites. Will support Local Plan strategy incl. Policy SS1

 

Environment Agency

£300k

 

CIL

 

Some match funding from DEFRA may be possible

Outline designs have been completed by EA awaiting funding to continue to project development

Short / Medium Term

Desirable

High

GBI3

Blue infrastructure improvements

 

Works to improve fish passages and river habitat

 

3 weir project –

Gatehouse Farm (TQ7310746083), New Lodge Farm (TQ7287046873) and Dairy House Farm (TQ7248047065) weirs are located on the Lesser Teise near Chainhurst. The weirs represent a total barrier to fish passage. Moreover, the weir contributes to a lack of habitat diversity in the section of river upstream due to its impounding effect. 3.5 km of main river will be connected.

 

 

This work is high priority to meet the requirements of Water Framework Directive and Eel Regulations.

 

Not directly related to individual development sites. Will support Local Plan strategy incl. Policy SS1

 

EA,

Teise Catchment Improvement Group,

South East River Trust,

£150k

 

 

CIL

 

Some match funding from DEFRA may be possible

Outline agreement from the angling club, landowner and EA has been received. Pending funding to continue

Short / Medium Term

Desirable

High

GBI4

Blue infrastructure improvements

 

Works to provide in-channel improvements

 

Upper Beult restoration plan - From Smarden TQ 8890 4191 to Bethersden TQ 9223 3961

Design and deliver - river restoration features which can improve the quality, quantity and connectivity of riparian habitats across key sites in the Upper Beult.
Deliver workshops, landowner advice, site plans, community engagement, wetland creation, woodland & pond creation and buffer zones. 5 km of main river will be improved. (Located in Ashford Borough)

This work is high priority to meet the requirements of Water Framework Directive and Eel Regulations.

 

Not directly related to individual development sites. Will support Local Plan strategy incl. Policy SS1

 

EA,

Beult Catchment Improvement Group,

South East River Trust,

£150k

 

 

CIL

 

Some match funding from DEFRA may be possible

Outline agreement received. Pending funding to continue.

Short / Medium Term

Desirable

High

GBI5

Blue infrastructure improvements

 

Fish monitoring

 

Introduction of a sustainable fish monitoring programme on the River Medway and its tributaries

This work is high priority to meet the requirements of Water Framework Directive and Eel Regulations.

 

Not directly related to individual development sites. Will support Local Plan strategy incl. Policy SS1

 

Environment Agency

£30k

CIL

 

Outline designs have been completed by EA awaiting funding to continue to project development

Short / Medium Term

Desirable

High

GB16

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

 

Provision of 1.5ha of natural/semi natural open space at Oakapple Lane, Barming.

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (1)

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (4) Oakapple Lane, Maidstone

Developer

Unknown

S106

OS1 allocation

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB17

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 7.65ha of informal open space (nature conservation area) on site H1 (5) Langley Park, Maidstone

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (2)

 

Planning permission MA/13/1149

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

 

H1 (5) Langley Park, Sutton Road, Maidstone

Developer

 

Unknown

S106

Committed through planning permission MA/13/1149

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB18

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision 14ha of natural/semi-natural open space at South of Sutton Road, Langley

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (3)

 

Planning application MA/15/509015

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

 

 

H1 (10) South of Sutton Road, Langley

Developer

Unknown

S106

OS1 allocation

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB19

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

 

Provision of 1.37ha of natural/semi-natural open space and 0.5ha allotments at South of Ashford Road

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (4)

 

Planning application MA/14/0828

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (38) South of Ashford Road, Harrietsham

Developer

Unknown

S106

Committed through planning permission MA/14/0828

 

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB20

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 0.91ha of natural/semi natural open space at Church Road, Harrietsham

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (5)

 

Planning application MA/14/0095

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1(40) Church Road, Harrietsham

Developer

Unknown

S106

To be committed through planning application MA/14/0095

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB21

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 1.6ha of outdoor sports provision (3-5 sports pitches) at Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (6)

 

Planning applications MA/12/0986 and

MA/12/0987

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (27) Kent Police HQ, Maidstone

 

H1 (28) Kent Police training school, Maidstone

Developer

Unknown

S106

To be committed through planning application MA/12/0986

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB22

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 2.16ha of natural/semi natural open space at The Parsonage, Goudhurst Road, Marden

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (7)

 

Planning application MA/13/0693

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (51) The Parsonage, Goudhurst Road, Marden

Developer

Unknown

S106

Committed through planning permission MA/13/0693

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB23

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 0.5ha amenity green space at Heathfield, Coxheath

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (8)

 

Planning application

MA/14/0836

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (34) Heathfield, Coxheath

Developer

Unknown

S106

To be committed through planning application

MA/14/0836

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB24

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 2.4ha of natural/semi-natural open space at Cross Keys, Bearsted

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (9)

 

Planning application MA/14/504795

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1(32) Cross Keys, Bearsted

Developer

Unknown

S106

To be committed through planning application MA/14/504795

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB25

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 1.22ha of natural/semi natural open space at North of Henhurst Farm, Staplehurst

 

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (10)

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

H1 (56) North of Henhurst Farm, Staplehurst

Developer

Unknown

S106

OS1 allocation

Short / Medium Term

Essential

Low

GB26

Provision of open space

 

Measures to improve accessibility and quantity of open space

Provision of 0.1ha amenity green space at Land at Lenham Road, Headcorn

Open Space DM11

 

Open Space Allocations OS1 (11)

 

Planning application MA/14/505162

 

Qualitative Open Space Study 2014

 

Quantitative Open Space Study 2015

 

 

H1 (46) North of Lenham Road, Headcorn

Developer

Unknown

S106