Council postpones park and ride decision
Canterbury City Council has postponed taking a final decision on whether to expand the Wincheap park and ride site onto land next to the River Stour.
£1 million boost for rough sleeper work
Canterbury City Council has secured government funding of almost £1 million for its work to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping during 2020/21.
Council launches 'call for sites' process
Canterbury City Council has kicked off work on its new Local Plan with a ‘call for sites’.
Looking after our visiting feathered friends
A campaign to help protect thousands of wintering birds from disturbance along the Canterbury district and Thanet coastline is up and running.
Have your say on parking changes
Dozens of roads could see new sets of single or double yellow lines, pavement parking bans and other parking restrictions under proposals now out to public consultation.
Work underway on new Kingsmead Field homes
A tree planting event at Kingsmead Field has signalled the start of work by Canterbury City Council to build 16 new homes – five of which will be council houses.
Co-working hub set to boost entrepreneurs' bottom line
Enterprising entrepreneurs and sensational start-ups are set to boost their bottom line thanks to the new Neptune Co-Working Hub in Herne Bay, which opened yesterday (Tuesday 28 January).
Signs remind drivers to switch off their engines
A series of signs reminding drivers to switch off their engines when waiting at level crossings has been installed across the district recently.
Tiresome taggers caught in the act
Tiresome taggers whose scrawls blight parts of the city are being targeted by Kent Police and Canterbury City Council.
Furious motorist drives over enforcement officer's foot
Acts of violence, aggression and serious verbal abuse have all been experienced by Canterbury City Council enforcement officers in the past six months.