Tunbridge Wells traffic plan for North Farm retail park

Multimillion-pound plans to tackle congestion on one of Kent's busiest retail parks will be looked at by traders and council officials.

Plans drawn up by Kent County Council would see junctions being widened and some roads being made one-way on the North Farm Industrial Estate, in Tunbridge Wells.

This follows complaints that traffic jams are losing traders business.

A meeting has been organised to discuss the plans in detail.

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