A selection of pictures and graphics to explain the impact of the proposed development. Feel free to share. If you require high resolution copies of these visuals, please contact Paul.

Slides from the community presentation

Awareness leaflet (no. 2)

Front page (1 of 2)

(Page 2 of 2)

Awareness leaflet (no. 1)

The scale of development [number of houses]

The scale of the proposed development (number of proposed new houses, grey circle) compared with the existing number of houses in adjoining villages.

Teynham is located on the UK’s highest quality farmland.

The proposed development will be built on some of the highest quality farmland in the UK . The aqua (darker) blue area between Sittingbourne and Faversham indicates grade 1 farmlands. Source: Natural England.

Comparison of farmlands across England & Wales.
Highest quality areas in blue.

Map of the grading on farmlands. To explore further detail, visit:

Rural farmlands to the west of Teynham

Land to the west of Teynham represents some of the UK’s highest quality farmland Image: Paul Townson
The rural setting of Frognal Farmhouse, a grade II* listed building has existed for over 600 years.
Rural farmland to the west of Teynham.

Rural Teynham

View from Frognal Farmhouse towards Lower Road & Frognal Lane across open farmland. There is a proposal to build a road in this area.

Grapes grow wild in the garden. The product of fertile soils.

Grape vine in the conifer tree
– the product of the grade 1 rich and fertile farmland.

The historic setting of listed buildings will be impacted

Grade II* Frognal Farmhouse.

Surface flooding

There is a risk of surface flooding on the land to the west of Teynham.
Source: UK Government Flood Risk Service Website

Air pollution