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M2 Junction 5 improvements – Public Consultation

Written by on 21 August 2017

M2 Junction 5 improvements: Have your say

There are plans to improve the M2 Junction 5 / A249 Stockbury Roundabout and invite the public to take part in its forthcoming consultation dates.

Highways England is improving the junction to reduce congestion, improve journey times and boost local economic growth. The public consultation will run from Wednesday 6th September to Tuesday 17th October 2017. The closing date for responses is 11:59pm on 17th October 2017.

Highways England would like to hear your views on their proposals to help shape the future direction of the scheme. There are several ways to get involved:

Public consultation events:

Meet the team and learn more about the proposals at one of the events listed below:

Wednesday 6th September – Holiday Inn (otherwise known as Coniston Hotel) 70 London Road, Sittingbourne – 4pm to 8pm

Monday 11th September – Stockbury Memorial Hall (Cricket Club) The Street, Stockbury – 2pm to 8pm

Saturday 16th September – Forum Shopping Centre, High Street, Sittingbourne – 10am to 2pm

Wednesday 20th September – Sheppey Gateway, 38-42 High Street, Sheerness – 2pm to 8pm

Locations to collect consultation material:

You can find copies of the brochure and the questionnaire at the following locations throughout the consultation period, during their normal hours of opening:

Faversham Library – Newton Road, Faversham

Minster-in-Sheppey Library – Worcester Close, Minster-on-sea

WM Morrison Supermarket plc – Distribution Centre, Fleet End, Kemsley, Sittingbourne

Queenborough Library – Railway Terrace, Queenborough

Sheerness Library – Sheppey Gateway, 38-42 High Street, Sheerness

Sittingbourne Library – Central Avenue, Sittingbourne

Teynham Library – 131 London Road, Teynham


From 6th September on wards, you can view the proposals and take part in the consultation at:

If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact the Highways England Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000 or email:

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