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The development of the redundant underground reservoirs at the top of Broomhill
Four houses will be built on the land in Gorse Road near the allotments and the
underground reservoirs which are close to the mast will be filled in and landscaped
to create an extended Broomhill Park. This is in accordance with the planning
consent. Friends of Broomhill have been consulted closely throughout the
development of this scheme.
In order for Hillstone Homes (the contractors) to carry out the building work safely,
the site area will be securely fenced.
To achieve this, Gorse Road will be closed from the junction with Westergate Road.
It will also be closed at the south end from the junction with Broomhill Road.
In addition the footpath beside the mast will be closed.
Access to the Park will be as follows:
Diversion route A will be via Westergate Road, Orchard Ave. and Farmhill Ave.
A second diversion route B will be from Gorse Road south via Broomhill Road and
Gorse Road, It then joins diversion route A.
These routes are shown on Hillstone Homes plan.
It is appreciated that the footpaths diversions may cause some inconvenience to
Park users but is essential for the safety of the public and construction site staff alike.
At the completion of the project the extended Broomhill Park will be a great addition
for everyone to enjoy.
Should you have any queries, please contact Medway Council, telephone: (01634) 333 333.
Keeping the park safe, clean & tidy
Please use the dustbins provided in the park, if these are full please take your litter home. If you spot an issue with litter in our park please report it using the link below.
Spot a different issue in the park?
Report anti-social behaviour or vandalism immediately to Kent Police on 101 or click here and Medway Council on 01634-333333 (Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm) or click here