Tag Archives: Northern Hub

Unsuitability of Tyler Hill Road for development

1.  We are concerned about the destruction of large areas of productive farmland and would guess that with the event of Brexit, the country will most probably need more facility for food production rather than less.  Much of the Northern … Continue reading

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Blean Parish Council’s initial reaction to UKC masterplan

UNIVERSITY MASTER PLAN Initial Response from Blean Parish Council September 2016 This first response has been written after consultation with the Parish Councillors and attendance at two presentations held by the University of Kent. Blean Parish Council welcomes the publication … Continue reading

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Development on good farmland

Dear University Challenged, There are good economic arguments for University expansion, I have no issue with the UKC expansion. Like any business, expansion should be at its own risk.  I do have issue with the development plans. The first is … Continue reading

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UKC’s Northern Land Holdings

Dear University Challenged, I’m speaking as an Alumni of the University and someone who benefitted from all the amazing facilities it had to offer. In fact, I’m normally very pro UKC to the extent that I opened their Sports Centre … Continue reading

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Kent Uni Tyler Hill Development

Dear University Challenged, Kent University have launched its masterplan for the agricultural land it owns at Blean on Tyler Hill Rd and although two exhibitions were held at the Blean village hall very little attempt was made to publicise them, the … Continue reading

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