Closure of some coastal floodgates
The 1.30pm tide on Thursday 21 October will be higher than predicted.
Grounds maintenance work to come under Canenco control
Canterbury City Council is to terminate its grounds maintenance contract with Serco and bring all of the work under the control of its own company, Canenco, on 30 November this year.
Public help sought for 'Brickmas' project
The Beaney is appealing for people to donate any unwanted pre-loved LEGO-compatible bricks as part of a special project coming to the city this Christmas.
Eyesore transformed into opportunity for bustling businesses
A rundown shed on Whitstable Harbour’s south quay has been transformed from an eyesore into an attractive space that can be used by a wide variety of businesses.
Truth behind mystery high street sculptures revealed
The mystery surrounding the appearance of a series of sculptures outside The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge in Canterbury’s city centre has been solved.
District judge throws out beach booze licence appeal
A district judge yesterday (Tuesday 24 August) threw out an appeal against a decision by Canterbury City Council’s Licensing Committee to say no to plans to sell alcohol on a beach in Whitstable.
Afghan support scheme update
A number of families and couples from Afghanistan, including a significant number of children, arrived in Canterbury over the weekend.
Afghan support schemes - no donations required
Since announcing our involvement in two projects to support Afghan nationals this week, we have had many people offering to donate clothes, toys and bedding, or to volunteer their time to help.
Council supports hotel project for Afghan nationals
We are pleased to announce we will be supporting the Home Office with a project to accommodate 106 Afghan nationals at Abbots Barton Hotel in Canterbury.
Afghan citizens' resettlement scheme
We can confirm today that we will be playing a full role in this new scheme.
Consultation open on leader and cabinet system configuration
Public consultation on the configuration of Canterbury City Council's new leader and cabinet system for decision making has begun.