The Sevenoaks Society were left disappointed this week after members failed in their bid to resolve the future of the derelict parcel of land where the former Farmers Pub stood opposite Sevenoaks station
As a result of a campaign by Sevenoaks Society’s campaign and a 1,500 signature petition calling for action on the derelict Farmers pub site opposite Sevenoaks station, Sevenoaks District Council will be debating the matter at 7pm tomorrow (Tuesday, 25 February).
The future of the former site of The Farmers Pub opposite Sevenoaks Station, which has remained derelict since the pub's demolition in 2006 is to be debated by a full meeting of Sevenoaks District Council following a campaign by The Sevenoaks Society.
Wealden Properties has a ground floor office space available for rent close to the junction at Bat & Ball in Sevenoaks.
Representatives from The Sevenoaks Society have been at Sevenoaks Station during the morning and evening rush hours over the last two days (12 & 13 November) asking people to sign their petition to get something done about the former Farmers pub site.
The restoration of Bat & Ball Station in Sevenoaks has received another accolade in the shape of the Frank Marshall Award from the Sevenoaks Society which made the announcement during the organisation’s recent AGM.
Over the past few months, Wealden Properties (Sevenoaks) has been working on how the company can communicate and interact with its tenants – both existing and potential – more effectively.
A petition has been launched by the Sevenoaks Society calling on Sevenoaks District Council to compulsorily purchase the site of the former Farmers public house opposite Sevenoaks station and bring it into productive use.
Manak Solicitors have officially opened the doors to what they describe as their most ambitious project to date. After 18 months occupying an upstairs office in Bligh’s Meadow, the Lexcel accredited multi-office law firm have moved to a modern two floor space at 46 London Road, Sevenoaks.
Sevenoaks District Council has successfully prosecuted a resident who built on the Green Belt without permission.