10.15 – 11.00 HEVER bottle bank area next to Henry pub in coach car park
11.15 – 12.00 MARKBEECH village hall
The Freighter cannot accept white goods, washing machines, dishwashers, fridges, freezers, cookers, cast iron boilers or baths, long metal poles, building materials, manure, large parts of engines or vehicles or hazardous waste or compostable garden waste.
Hazardous waste now includes items like fluorescent tubes, Televisions’ & computer monitors, batteries, oil tins and filters, paint and paint tins and chemical containers. These items cannot be accepted on the Saturday Freighter service and must be taken to your nearest Household Waste Recycling Centre.
Please do not leave any rubbish unattended. Please DO NOT arrive early or leave items on site, otherwise will be classed as flytipping and information passed to the police, thank you.
This is a service free to residents, funded by Hever Parish Council and provided by Sevenoaks District Council.
Hever Parish Council would like to draw your attention to the very recent proposal for ~400 houses between Edenbridge and Hever. This proposal runs in parallel to the Draft Sevenoaks District Council Local Plan.
We have arranged for the proposer to come and present their plans, whilst at the same time an opportunity for residents to study the most recent SDC Local Plan consultation (Regulation 19). HPC have previously commented to support the Four Elms road site (HO223 for the new medical centre) and object to the proposals for the other sites (Breezehurst Farm MX10, Crouch House Road MX51, Romani Way MX44, Seven Acre Farm GT12).
The closing date for comments (on the SDC Local Plan and the new Hever proposal) is 11.59pm on Sunday 3 February 2019. We would encourage everyone to comment after studying the documents.
The relevant documents are available online www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/localplansubmission, to view at the Eden Centre or by prior arrangement from Hever Parish Council Clerk, or on the evening of the 24th January 7 – 9pm Hever Village Hall.
Regulation 19 Proposed Submission Version Consultation December 2018
Potential Strategic Development sites in the Green Belt Consultation
Development in the Green Belt SPD Consultation
Affordable Housing SPD Consultation
Design Review Panel SPD Consultation
Comments on the consultation documents can be made as follows:
Do come to a concert in Hever Church on Saturday 10 November to mark the momentous year that was 1918. It was the end of World War I and the beginning of votes for women….. meanwhile flu took its toll, and the housewives of Hever carried on making jam!
The performers are all local and much of the material has a local connection. Tickets are £7.50 on the door or from Joanna Wade 07958 919631.
There are also small exhibitions about the villages in wartime in all three churches in the Benefice – researched by the Eden Valley Museum and sponsored by the Hever Charity. These will run until the end of the year.
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