Enforcement notice issued for Moate Farm caravans
Canterbury City Council has issued an enforcement notice requiring the removal of 37 additional static caravans from Moate Farm in Stodmarsh Road, Fordwich, which do not have planning permission.
Proud to support the Love Grace Handbag Appeal
A special appeal in the memory of Grace Millane has seen almost 100 handbags filled with toiletries and donated to women who are suffering from domestic violence and abuse.
Grants open for applications
Applications are now open for a variety of city council grants which support not-for-profit organisations to make positive improvements to the local community.
Consultation underway on proposed new PSPO
Public consultation on a proposed new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for the Stour Parks and Gorrell Valley has begun.
The Printed Line exhibition comes to the Beaney
A free exhibition exploring how artists have used printmaking techniques to exploit the potential of the printed line opens at The Beaney this Saturday (24 July).
Council agrees change to decision making process
Canterbury City Council is to move to the leader and cabinet system for decision making, shifting away from the committee system.
Council pledges to speed up health and safety work
Canterbury City Council this week reinforced its determination to make rapid progress on the work needed to keep its council tenants safe in their homes.
Park and ride changes - Sturry Road to be suspended, Wincheap expanded
Canterbury City Council is to temporarily suspend park and ride services from its Sturry Road site for two months due to ongoing low demand.
Sharing knowledge and expertise across the museums sector
Canterbury's Museums and Galleries service has become one of 12 organisations in the country to join the National Portrait Gallery's National Skills Sharing Partnership.
Whitstable Harbour helps seafarers get their jabs
Whitstable Harbour will be playing a role in the country's ongoing vaccination programme this weekend.