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Boxley Parish Council

Boxley Parish Council serves the communities of Boxley, Sandling, Boarley, Forstal, Weavering, Grove Green and the southern parts of Lordswood and Walderslade.

Boxley Parish is the largest parish in the borough of Maidstone with around 10,000 residents.

Please contact us if you have any questions about the work of the Parish Council or concerns that the Council should be aware of. We are here to help and support you.

The Parish Council has developed this website in order to provide information about the areas it covers, community life and the work of the Parish Council. We hope that this community website resource becomes a well-used and trusted source of information and encourages everyone to become involved in a wide range of activities. 

We welcome your comments if you have any suggestions for additional information, or photographs of the Parish which you have taken and would like to see displayed on the website, please let us know by contacting the Parish Clerk, Daniela Baylis by

02 November 2020

Parish Council Meeting

ESO, Styles Lane, Boxley ME14 3DZ Monday 7:30 pm View Details

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Community Alert

The Parish Council has set up a community alert system whereby it notifies residents by email, any news that may affect them and the parish. This could range from planning developments to road closures and crime reports. If you wish to be included please subscribe below.

Latest Parish News

Temporary Road Closure, Forstal Road, Sandling


October 2020
Temp Road Closure Sandling

Temporary Road Closure –Forstal Road, Sandling – 12th November 2020

Kent County Council has made an Order to temporarily prohibit through traffic on Forstal Road, Sandling from 12th November 2020 for up to 1 night between the hours of 22:00 and 02:00.

The road will be closed south of the junction with Lock Lane, to the extent indicated by signs and barriers on site.

The alternative route for any through traffic (excluding HGVs) is via Running Horse Roundabout, Chatham Road, Cobtree Roundabout, A229 Blue Bell Hill, Kits Coty Slip Northbound Off, Rochester Road, Forstal Road and vice versa.

The alternative route for HGVs is via M20 J6 Join Link to J5 West, M20 J5 Leave Link From J6 West, Junction 5 Interchange, Coldharbour Lane, A20 London Road, Hall Road, Station Road and Forstal Road.

Access for emergency service vehicles and pedestrians will be maintained at all times during the closure.

The closure is required for the safety of the public and workforce while reinstatement works are undertaken by Southern Water.

For information regarding this closure please contact Southern Water on 0330 303 0368, who will be able to assist with the scope of the works.

This bulletin contains public information and can be freely forwarded to any other road users who may be affected. Every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information, but no liability can be accepted for any changes or errors.

Road names are taken from the National Street Gazetteer on Elgin, with alternative names given where known.

For details of roadworks, please

KCC, Highways Transportation & Waste: keeping you up to date with what's happening on our road - for more information visit or


TTRO Co-Ordinator, Mid Kent Division
KCC Highways, Transportation & Waste
Aylesford Highway Depot
St Michael's Close
ME20 7BU

Tel: 03000 418181 (24hr Contact Centre)

A229 Blue Bell Hill Junction Improvement Scheme

Boxley Parish Council


October 2020
A229 Blue Bell Hill Junction Improvement Scheme

KCC are planning a major programme of works to improve this junction and have produced 3 options that residents can comment on.

To access the consultation and all the documents search for .

Survey closes 19 October 2020

Maidstone Borough Council has a number of consultations open. To access these, go to their website and search for consultations.

Budget Survey

Residents and businesses are invited to have their say on the council’s spending priorities for the next year.

Like many councils, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on Maidstone Borough Council and the community it serves. The Council has been at the forefront of the response to the pandemic, for example in supporting rough sleepers and the homeless, establishing a community hub to support vulnerable members of society, and distributing over £30 million of grants to small businesses.

The restrictions introduced in response to the pandemic have resulted in a significant reduction in the income which we collect in order to subsidise local services. This includes income from parking, planning applications, council tax, business rates and rents from property which the council owns. Additional costs have been incurred in responding to the pandemic and providing support to the most vulnerable members of our community.

For 2021/22, the Council is facing a budget gap of £3.3m and we are keen to hear your views to help inform our response to this exceptional challenge. We will be considering all areas to identify options for reducing costs or increasing income. It’s important that we understand what your priorities are so that this can be taken into account as we consider the budget for the coming financial year.

The council funds a significant proportion of its spending through council tax. The basic average council tax charge made by this council for 2020/21 is £265.59 (band D charge for a non-parished area). More information about council tax and how we spend this can be found in our summary document.

The survey closes 5th November 2020.

It takes around 6 minutes to complete.

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