Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council Air Quality Consultation

Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council has a duty to assess the air quality within the Borough. They aim, by working with various partners to improve the air quality for all.

The biggest cause of poor air quality in the UK is down to car fumes. Opting to drive less will help improve local air quality, but if you have to drive, there are things you can do to reduce your emissions. 

The Borough Council has drafted an updated Air Quality Action Plan for tackling air pollution across the borough and, as part of the public consultation process, invites you to view the draft documents and answer a questionnaire about the councils proposed Air Quality Action Plan measures.  At the end of the questionnaire there is an opportunity to have your say on what additional measures you believe would help to reduce air pollution in the borough.

The consultation closes on 19th April 2021. 

Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council Air Quality Consultation. 


Picture of a human standing in fog.

Vision Zero: The Road Safety Strategy for Kent 2020 - 2026

Kent County Council are consulting on their draft five year Road Safety Strategy for Kent and our 30 year vision. 

Their ambitious 'Vision Zero' aims for zero, or as close as possible, fatalities on Kent’s roads each year by 2050.

To achieve Vision Zero, they propose adopting the ‘Safe Systems’ approach, which is rooted in the belief that every traffic death reflects a failure in the system, and that none are acceptable. Safe Systems puts the human being at its core, accepting that even the most conscientious person may make a mistake at some point.

The goal of Safe Systems is to ensure that these mistakes do not lead to a crash or, if a crash does occur, it is sufficiently controlled to not cause a death or a life-changing injury.

The success of this strategy will depend on engagement with Kent’s communities to work together towards safer roads, towns and villages.

Kent County Council need your views to ensure their proposals meet the needs and expectations of Kent’s residents, businesses and communities.

The consultation closes on 15th March 2021.

Vision Zero Consultation 

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A20 London Road, Aylesford Junction Improvement Scheme

Kent County Council are seeking your views on their plans to improve the junction at the South Aylesford Retail Park, on the A20 London Road.

They are proposing to replace the current traffic signals with a roundabout to:

  • reduce congestion and provide capacity for growth
  • improve air quality
  • alleviate road flooding

Your feedback will help Kent County Council to finalise the scheme so that it best suits the needs of the community, businesses and road users.

The consultation closes on 18th March 2021. 

Aylesford Junction Improvement Scheme Consultation 


Proposed road changes at Aylesford at junction with retail park


Clearheart Lane Public Consultation

Application for 65 dwellings 
Tregothnan Estate is seeking your views about their proposals for residential development on land south of Clearheart Lane, Kings Hill.

The site is allocated for up to 65 dwellings within the adopted Local Plan (under Policy H1(f) of the Tonbridge & Malling Development Land Allocations Development Plan Document).

Tregothnan Estate will be applying to Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council (TMBC) for outline planning permission for up to 65 dwellings, in line with the housing allocation for the site.


Map of Kings Hill with development area at Clearheart Lane highlighted

Further information
Consultation Leaflet 
Reply to consultation at Clearheart Lane Website
Public consultation response form 

Alternatively responses or queries can be emailed to  Comments can be received until Friday 15 May 2020, comments made after this date may not be able to be considered. 


Kings Hill Parish Council Planning Application Response
Clearheart Lane Planning Application Response