We would like to make residents aware of historical information made available by local resident; Ted Connell on his website.
His website can be accessed at: Ash next Ridley History.
He has launched a new set of pages documenting the ‘Early Days of New Ash Green’, this includes images of the start of building of Over Minnis in 1967 and pictures of the Turners Oak crossroads in 1966. You can find this at; Early Days of New Ash Green
Help fight the Ash Place Farm development proposed by Berkeley Homes, the development for around 580 new homes (equivalent to seven new neighbourhoods in New Ash Green!)
This proposal if it goes through will take away out previous green belt, and turn the whole area into just another urban sprawl. Our roads cannot cope now and they certainly won’t if this goes through. The whole of New Ash Green is defined by a thick tree belt – come and see our aerial photos. We need to preserve the setting and special character of New Ash Green. The only way this can be done is to FIGHT THESE PROPOSALS.
Please click here for a online copy of our leaflet delivered through every door in the village; Keep New Ash GREEN leaflet
Sevenoaks District Council are encouraging people to fill in a survey about their priorities for local services, residents who complete the survey can enter a prize draw to win £100 in shopping vouchers.
The survey will be open until Wednesday 24 October 2018, this is separate to the Local Plan about housing. The plan will be delivered by the District and County Councils, the health service, the Police, the fire service and housing associations, together with voluntary groups, businesses and faith communities.
The Community Plan survey is now live on the Council’s website at www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/consultations.
T&C’s apply and are printed on the Council’s website.
The Village Association has received it’s delivery of garden sacks from Sevenoaks District Council. Therefore we are now able to sell sacks in their ordinary pack sizes;
- Single Sacks: 60p
- Pack of 12: £7.25
- Pack of 25: £14.50