Fresh start for parks maintenance
Maintenance of parks, gardens and other open spaces in the district will be carried out by Canterbury City Council's own company, Canenco, from today (Wednesday 1 December).
Severe Weather Emergency Protocol
The Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is a humanitarian response to periods of severe weather conditions.
Scrap metal dealer pleads guilty to trading without a licence
A Canterbury man who carried out a business as a scrap metal dealer when not authorised to do so by a licence has pleaded guilty to the offence in court.
Turbulent times leave councillors facing difficult decisions
Continued economic turbulence means councillors face some tough choices to overcome a £5 million gap in the council's finances over the next two financial years, while investing in its key priorities.
Closure of some coastal floodgates
The 1.30pm tide on Thursday 21 October will be higher than predicted.
Convert your green bin to a red bin - for free!
We are pleased to be offering residents the opportunity to convert their unwanted green lidded garden bin into a red bin for paper and card, free of charge.
Afghan resettlement support update
It's been a little while since we updated on this, but our officers have now been helping with this project for more than six weeks.
Resurfacing to start at St Radigunds car park
Work to fully resurface and reline St Radigunds car park starts this coming Monday (11 October).
Gorrell ward by-election set for 18 November
A by-election to elect a new city councillor for Gorrell ward in Whitstable will take place on Thursday 18 November.
Tenants' beautiful gardens scoop awards in annual competition
The stunning gardens and beautiful hanging baskets belonging to council tenants in the district were celebrated at this year's tenants gardening competition.