Stay home, protect the NHS and save lives this Easter
Remember the pictures of empty car parks last weekend? We're sure you do.
Coronavirus - parking enforcement to focus on dangerous parking
Our many social media critics won’t believe us but our Enforcement Officers have tried to turn a blind eye to those not following the rules when it comes to parking and to not issue tickets.
Coronavirus - important update for businesses
We are pleased to confirm we have now completed the first phase of grant payments to eligible local businesses - 378 of them have received a total of £6.7 million in grants.
Coronavirus - introducing the new Canterbury community hub!
We're very proud to introduce you to the Canterbury community hub!
Coronavirus - help us with rough sleeper reports
As many of you will remember, we recently announced we were using Travelodge rooms to look after rough sleepers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Vandals strike during coronavirus crisis
As if we didn't have enough to do at the moment, we've seen an increase in wanton vandalism to council property and equipment in the last few days.
Council scoops £150,000 air quality grant
A raft of new rapid public electric vehicle charging points will be installed in the district after the city council secured a government grant of more than £150,000 for three air quality projects.
We are following the latest developments on Coronavirus extremely closely and will adhere to the latest advice from Public Health England and the government.
Local Plan legal challenge withdrawn
A legal challenge against the city council’s Local Plan on air quality grounds has been withdrawn by the individual bringing the action, just days before the case was due to be heard in the High Court
Garden waste charging to start in June
From 1 June 2020, we will be charging for garden waste collections. If you would still like us to collect your green bins, you will be able to sign up for the service in mid April.