Park and Ride for free to boost city centre businesses
Shoppers and visitors alike will be able to make use of our Park and Ride service at all three sites for free this Sunday.
Lockdown learning is inspiration behind plan to teach children perils of pollution
Homeschooling proved to be the inspiration for an innovative project designed to get young children across Kent thinking about the air they breathe while encouraging their parents to do the same.
Council claims victory in high court planning battle
A High Court judge has imposed a permanent injunction preventing development on a piece of land without planning permission.
Tweaks made as ramp membership scheme set to open
Registration for our new membership scheme for the coastal launch ramps will open next Tuesday (9 March).
Getting the beaches ready as spring approaches
It's that time of year again when we start getting the beaches ready for summer.
Christmas trees to be collected in early March
As confirmed earlier this month, we will be collecting Christmas trees during weeks commencing 1 and 8 March.
Garden waste collections to restart
Garden bin collections resume from next Monday (1 March).
You can make a real difference... just by shopping
Picking Fairtrade items off of the shelves and putting them in your shopping basket is a practical way to tackle the problem of global poverty and injustice.
Bin collections update - 19 February
While our crews have made enormous progress this week, we are sorry for those of you whose collections are still delayed. We appreciate this is frustrating and is causing a lot of inconvenience.
Bin collection update - Friday 12 February
Crews have been out today (Friday), having not gone out yesterday following the fresh snow that fell on Wednesday night and led to icy, unsafe conditions.
People taking in rough sleepers - and SWEP update
The city council has expressed concern after becoming aware of a small number of members of the public taking in and caring for rough sleepers.