Improving Access to Tonbridge Station Revised Design

In December 2016, Kent County Council (KCC) carried out a consultation on a design to improve access to Tonbridge Station.

Using feedback from that consultation, KCC has now revised the design on which they are now seeking views.

Tonbridge station is the busiest station in Kent with over 4.4 million customers expected to have used the station in 2016/17.

Working with Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council, Network Rail and Southeastern, KCC aims to improve the space available for customers at the station, provide more room for pedestrian movements, encourage further take up of sustainable transport and to link the design to the recently improved High Street.

This scheme will be using funds secured from the Local Growth Fund of £500,000 allocated by the South East Local Enterprise Partnership.

Visit the consultations page to view the proposals and take part.

There will be two consultation drop-in events where members of the team will be available to answer questions.

These events are being held in the Council Chamber at Tonbridge Castle on:

  • Saturday 27 January, 11am – 2pm
  • Thursday 8 February, 3pm – 7pm
Improving Access to Tonbridge Station Revised Design was last modified: January 17th, 2018 by Thom Morris