Maidstone Borough Council

The Maidstone Borough Council website has a wide range of useful information about its various services and what is going on in your local area.  For information specifically on Planning, please visit:- Borough Council See “Search and Comment on…” for details of applications  

Planning Portal

The planning portal is a useful website for information on the rules regarding planning applications, etc.. The Maidstone Borough Council Site will give you more information on specific applications in the local area. Visit Site

NHP Update August 2016

LOOSE PARISH COUNCIL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – UPDATE Loose …a place apart Update August 2016 PROGRAMME In late September the draft Neighbourhood Plan (pre-submission consultation draft) will be offered to residents and businesses of Loose Parish for comment. Currently, the LPC are liaising with it’s consultants and Maidstone Borough Council over content. The comments from the […]

New Exercise & Play Equipment at KGV Playing Field

The new exercise & play equipment was installed at the KGV playing field in September & October 2014. The Loose Parish Council would like to thank all those who attended its opening on Saturday 25th October 2014.

How do I report potholes, problems with street lights, drainage and vegetation enquiries?

These are all dealt with by Kent County Council, Highways. The numbers you need to contact are as below: KCC Highways Helpline  03000 418181 and select: Option 1 – Driver Education and Speed Awareness Option 2 – Vegetation Enquiries Option 3 – Potholes Option 4 – Street lights enquiries and problems (most village lights are KCC-owned) […]

How do I report dangerous or out of control dogs?

Neither Loose Parish Council nor Maidstone Borough Council have the power to deal with dogs that are out of control/dangerous. This is dealt with directly by Kent Police.      

The King George V playing field

The King George V playing field is off Walnut Tree Lane, which is in turn off the main Loose Road, opposite the Loose schools and to the right of the Walnut Tree public house, The Salon hairdressers and Albany Funerals.