The B2015 connects the A228 at Hale Street in Kent to the A26 at Wateringbury in the same county.
The road starts off from a roundabout at the end of Seven Mile Lane (the other end of which is the B2016) in Hale Street and heads in a north-easterly direction. The B2162 then starts off to the right and the B2015 heads more towards north. We then pass through Nettlestead Green with a lovely (and often busy) pub on the left. Just before the road veers right, there is a single-track road up to Pizien Well (and the A26) on the left. The road then heads into Nettlestead, before arriving at the bottom of the hill. To the right is a level crossing, but we continue round to the left and start our ascent of the steep hill. The road is now quite built up, and the car dealership on the left signals the end of the road. We meet the A26 at a crossroads, where we can go left for Mereworth, right for Maidstone, or straight on along an unclassified road for East Malling.
Originally the southern end of the B2015 was on the A21 in Pembury. The road from there to Hale Street became part of the A228 in the 1990s.