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About Pembury Parish Council

Pembury Parish Council was created in 1895 and is the closest tier of local government to the people of Pembury. The Council is made up of 13 councillors and meets once a month in the Parish Office in Lower Green Recreation Ground at 7:15pm to discuss various matters relating to Pembury. These meetings are open to the press and public to attend. There is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Council during its meetings and you are very welcome to attend so why not come along and see what we do.  We hope you find this website useful.

Pembury News

KCC refuses permit for Christmas Lights in Pembury

Pembury Parish Council is saddened to report that Kent County Council (KCC) have refused the permit for their Christmas light display in 2019 for health and safety reasons.  Council Chairman, Cllr Katy Brooks, said she was “very saddened that we are not able to have our usual festive display of lights and we know how […]

Pembury Parish Council objects to the Draft Local Plan

Pembury Parish Council has objected to the Tunbridge Wells Draft Local Plan.  The main concerns relate to the impact of the additional houses on infrastructure and the large amount of houses concentrated in the North East region of the borough.  Please check our comments in full here.

Pembury Parish Council response to planning application for Hendy’s Motor Village

Additional analysis of highways information has been submitted to TWBC by the applicant, Hendy, following significant concern was raised about the proposal by Kent County Council and Pembury Parish Council.  The Parish Council has commissioned a further analysis of the applicant’s transport assessment which has been submitted to TWBC.  The full assessment by our transport […]

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