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All the below are open consultations from third parties, such as FHDC, KCC, the Government and local developers.

KCC National Highways and Transport Survey 2023-24

KCC along with councils across the UK are asking residents to tell them what they think of transport and highways services in their area, and we’re one of those councils.

There are six independent surveys in total. Each survey will only take a few minutes of your time. They’re asking for your views on:

  • accessibility
  • highways maintenance
  • public transport
  • road safety
  • tackling congestion
  • walking and cycling

You can find out more about each below.

The answers you give will:

  • help them to understand how you feel about their service
  • inform decisions about roads, cycling, bus services and public transport in Kent.

Questionnaire Closes: 29 February 2024

Questionnaire Link:

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Kent Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan –

KCC have a public consultation on the proposed active travel network which will form the first Kent Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (KCWIP).

They are carrying out a consultation to gather your views on the proposed cycling routes and walking and wheeling zones to enable residents and visitors to make more journeys on foot or by cycle.

Background: Why do we need a KCWIP?

The government’s ambition is to make walking, wheeling and cycling the natural choices, both for shorter and longer journeys. Transforming local areas in ways that support active travel will reduce congestion, improve air quality, improve physical and mental health and support local economies.

How can you find out more?

Visit the KCWIP Website at

How can I get involved?

There are a number of ways to get involved:

  • Visit the website.
  • In person public drop-in events;
    • 8 November 2-7pm Union Street Methodist Church, 20 Brewer Street, Maidstone, ME14 1RU
    • 13 November 2-7pm Cyclopark, Watling Street, Gravesend, DA11 7NP
    • 16 November 2-7pm The Guildhall, St Peter’s Pl, Westgate, Canterbury, CT1 2DB

Closes: 10th Jan 2024

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KCC – Making Space for Nature in Kent

KCC have a Kent and Medway Local Nature Recovery Strategy survey.

The strategy is called Making Space for Nature in Kent and Kent’s residents are being asked their views. This strategy, one of 48 across the country, will set out measures to tackle habitat loss, safeguard ecosystems and create nature-rich landscapes full of wildlife-friendly habitats.

There will be opportunities to have your say and get involved over the twenty months it’s expected to develop the strategy. To find out more, please visit Get involved | Making Space For Nature Kent

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Park Farm Road – Yellow Lines – Closes 5th Feb

The effect of this proposed Order would be to place single yellow lines waiting restrictions (every day 8am-6pm) on Park Farm Road in the District of Folkestone & Hythe – (1) on the southwest side from a point 20 metres from its junction with Barnfield Road for a distance of 78 metres in a southerly direction (2) on the northwest side from a point 132 metres from its junction with Barnfield Road for a distance of 67 metres in a southerly direction.

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