Borough Green is a large village and civil parish in the Tonbridge and Malling district of Kent, England. The main village is situated on the A25 road between Maidstone and Sevenoaks in Kent.
The village’s name describes what it originally was – the green to which the people of what was then the borough of Wrotham went for recreation. There is also a view that “borough”, which predates any borough council in the area, relates to barrow, possibly referring to the Roman remains near the station site.
Please have a look at images below to see how unique our village is:
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Borough Green Garden City (BGCC)
BGGC Mass housing plan – our team have already put up the outline plan for you but requests coming in for clarification of the area up for the concrete and bulldozers to move in over what would be a 15 year plan. The 4,000 houses would be inside the black outline. The red line is the housing estate relief road to get the thousands of cars out onto the A25 at Ightham and Wrotham. The A25 already takes 18,000 vehicles a day with 8,000 up Western Road to Wrotham and 10,000 travel past the Crossroads chip shop towards Platt. We won’t mention the air pollution levels from TMBC tonight. Enough for one day. Many locals is not on our distribution lists so please pass and share this onto them folks. BGGC West Kent.