Current planning applications being considered by Hollingbourne Parish Council.

A new feature of the Hollingbourne village website is a list of local planning applications being considered by Hollingbourne Parish Council. The list is supplied by Maidstone Borough Council who make the planning decisions. Hollingbourne Parish Council only advises on planning matters and can be overruled by Maidstone.

For information about January 2017 please go here

For information about February 2017 please go here

For information about March 2017 please go here

For information about  April 2017 please go here

For information about May 2017 please go  May-2017-Planning-applications-1.xlsx (100 downloads)

For information about June 2017 please go  June-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (73 downloads)

For information about July 2017 please go  July-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (80 downloads)

For information about September 2017 please go  September-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (54 downloads)

For information about October 2017 please go  October-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (78 downloads)

For information about November 2017 please go  November-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (43 downloads)

For information about December 2017 please go  December-2017-Planning-applications.xlsx (11 downloads)

The Maidstone Borough Council Planning portal is at

Sites identified by Maidstone Borough Council in 2014 for possible future housing developments are shown on the plan below. Planning applications for 12  houses on H0-58 and on H03-189 for 10 houses alongside Windmill Lane have been received by Maidstone Borough Council and are being considered by Hollingbourne Parish Council. A previous application for the Windmill Lane site was opposed by the Parish Council, the Village Hall Committee and many local residents principally because of the limited access via a privately owned public footpath. The  initial application 12 houses in for Windmill Lane was withdrawn in March 2017.

Concern has been expressed by the Village Hall Committee because of the refusal of EI Group PLC to renew the Village Hall lease which expired in August 2016 pending a planning decision on the 10 houses. EI Group PLC owns part of Windmall Lane including the access the to the proposed houses and the Village Hall Committee have sought counsel’s opinion. 

In addition four houses are presently under construction in Musket Lane. An application for a further two has been made.

It is understood that an application may be made for a retirement village to be built on H03-189 with access from Eyhorne Street via a driveway between Cotuam’s Hall and the Coachman’s House. No application has been made for H03-249.