HIGHWAYS A257 Plan – read the full plan here (post updated Oct 18)
PROBLEMS WITH HGVs : KALC representatives are meeting regularly with Kent MPs to find solutions to problems / damage caused by HGVs and the effect on the quality of life in our towns and villages. Please contact the Parish Clerk via the CONTACT page of this website if you have been affected by, or have seen incidents involving, HGVs in recent months. Rural Grants – please click here for details of an opportunity to obtain funding to help you achieve your growth plans.
HIGHWAY FAULTS: highway faults such as pot holes, flooding, drainage, traffic signs, lighting can be reported to the KENT HIGHWAY SERVICES 24 hour helpline on 08458 247247. Further information can be found here (updated Oct 18)
HEDGES AND VEGETATION: Information regarding the reporting of dangerous vegetation can be found here
CYCLISTS WARNING: there have been several reported accidents at the ford in Drill lane, due to algae. Use Wickham Lane instead to travel between Ickham and Nargate Street.
TRAVELLING BY BUS IN KENT: please click here for information about planning your journey
PARISH ACCOUNTS 2017-18 EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE is available here For more details, please contact the Parish Clerk at IckhamPC@aol.com.
Canterbury City Council are starting planned changes to St George’s Street in July. For details, please press here
2026 deadline to establish the definitive map of all rights of way paths There may be footpaths that are known by and walked by local people but are not in the current definitive map or are dead ends or cut off by roads. Please contact Neville Machin if you know of any such paths so that the right of way is preserved (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CANTERBURY CORPORATE PLAN: the Corporate Plan for 2016-20 is available here.
CANTERBURY PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT: an interesting article on proposed development at Canterbury is available here.
BETTER HEALTH AND CARE IN EAST KENT: please click here for leaflet
BINS: Serco have advised that bins must be left outside each week by 6 am, (not 7 am as before) so that collections are completed on schedule.
If you see anyone dumping rubbish , please call Adrian Stewart on 07860 917218. He is from the Enforcement Dept. at Canterbury City Council and is in charge of fining people who flytip.
CHECKING FOR POSSIBLE POWER CUTS: please click here for an interactive map showing possible power cuts.
COUNTRY EYE: KEEPING THE RURAL COMMUNITY IN KENT SAFE click here for more information
DATA PROTECTION: details of the Data Protection Registration can be found here.
EMERGENCY PLAN: click here for useful numbers in an emergency.
FLOODS PREPARATION: be prepared for floods – just in case! Click here for information
WINTER ADVICE: with winter here, please click here for some useful pieces of advice
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION: details of the Freedom of Information Act (2000) and how you can make a request to us can be found here