Sevenoaks Town East to West Walking, Wheeling & Cycling Route

Closed 3 Jun 2024

Opened 10 May 2024

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Sevenoaks District Council and Kent County Council are working together to deliver a new walking, wheeling and cycling route that connects the east and west of Sevenoaks town, allowing residents to travel by safe and sustainable means as an alternative to using their cars for short journeys.

The funding to deliver the route has already been secured, and we have been working on the design of the route, which has been influenced by the consultation undertaken in Summer 2023. This showed strong overall support for the route (61%), but raised some concerns with the Bradbourne Park Road and St James's Road sections. You can view the full results of the consultation here:

We have revised the design to overcome the issues raised through the consultation and are now asking for your views on the revised sections of the route, so that we can finalise it ready for construction later this year. The consultation will be open from 10 May 2024 for a period of three weeks. All comments must be submitted no later than 11:59pm on 03 June 2024.

If you have any queries, please contact our Strategic Planning Team by emailing or calling 01732 227000.

Overview of the routeThe route connects many of the town’s schools with the communities they serve, from Riverhead and Amherst Schools in the west with Trinity, Weald of Kent and Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys annexes in the east. The route also goes via Sevenoaks Primary School and Walthamstow Hall Junior School and close to Knole Academy and Sevenoaks railway station.

Running in conjunction with this consultation, Kent County Council is consulting on a proposed Traffic Regulation Order for Bradbourne Vale Road from 10 May to noon 03 June 2024. Further details on this are available at: Highways Traffic Regulation Orders and other legal notices | Let’s talk Kent


You can view and respond to the survey online, or you can download the documents here:


  • Residents
  • Councillors
  • General Member of Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Town and Parish Council


  • Strategic Planning page