Residents in Bridge to vote on proposed neighbourhood plan
A referendum on whether to adopt a neighbourhood plan for the parish of Bridge is to be held next month.
- SWEP activated as temperatures set to dropOur Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) has been activated today (Thursday 22 February) as temperatures begin to drop and is set to be in place for several days.
- New children’s play area opens in the Dane John GardensAn all new children’s play area has opened in the Dane John Gardens, providing a range of imaginative and inclusive play equipment for children aged up to seven years old.
- Council publishes answers to public’s Whitstable CGR questionsPublic consultation is continuing on the Community Governance Review (CGR) for Whitstable, which is considering the creation of a town council.
- Herne Mill listed as asset of community value by city councilHerne Mill has been listed as an asset of community value (ACV) by senior officers at Canterbury City Council.
- Happy Birthday dear Bagpuss, old fat furry catpuss!In 1974, a British television star was born as Bagpuss first aired on BBC One on Monday 12 February. And to mark his 50th birthday, the Canterbury Museums and Galleries team is gearing up for some serious half-century celebrations.
- Councils jointly receive £250,000 from Government’s new Planning Skills Delivery FundFive local authorities in East Kent have learnt that they will jointly receive £250,000 from the government’s new Planning Skills Delivery Fund.
- Community Governance Review – Westbere and Hersden Boundary ReviewA Community Governance Review for Westbere and Hersden, to consider proposing a change to the Westbere Parish Council boundary to incorporate a piece of land known as the Bread and Cheese Field.
- Community Governance Review – WhitstableA Community Governance Review for Whitstable, to consider setting up a town council, has begun and we are asking for your views.
- Corporate Plan 2024Public consultation on our plans to build our Corporate Plan 2024 around the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, has begun.
- Clean air for schoolsCanterbury City Council and the MIDKENT Environmental Health Partnership were awarded DEFRA air quality grant funding in March 2021 to develop a digital resource for primary schools to educate children aged 5 to 11 years and their parents about air pollution.
- Keeping Canterbury CleanWhen Tom and his family moved from London to Canterbury last year they couldn’t wait to call the city’s beautiful gardens and charming cobbled streets ‘home’.
- Air QualityAir is polluted by the presence of certain harmful substances which, in high enough concentrations, can affect our health and environment.
- LifelineLifeline is an emergency alarm service that can help you or someone you know to feel safe and independent in the home, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.