Enforcement notice issued for Moate Farm caravans
Canterbury City Council has issued an enforcement notice requiring the removal of 37 additional static caravans from Moate Farm in Stodmarsh Road, Fordwich, which do not have planning permission.
Councillors to be asked to ramp up fight against litter louts
The fight against those who leave their litter behind, flytip or do not pick up after their dog could be ramped up if plans to be discussed at Community Committee are agreed by councillors.
Move to Whitefriars could be on cards for council offices
Councillors are to be asked to give the green light to move forward plans to switch the council’s offices from their current site in Military Road into the city’s Whitefriars shopping complex.
Further Bishopstone Glen landslip causing concerns
We are very concerned to see there have been further landslips at Bishopstone Glen in recent days, following previous incidents earlier this year.
Have your say on plan to ban nuisance gas canisters
The public is being asked for its views on proposals to ban people causing a nuisance, annoyance, harassment, alarm or distress by carrying, releasing or dumping gas canisters like those containing ni
Thanks to the thousands getting tested!
More than 6,000 people took part in the enhanced COVID-19 testing programme in parts of Canterbury in its first week.
More CCTV cameras after £380,000 grant awarded
More CCTV cameras will be installed in the Dane John Gardens following a successful joint funding bid to the Home Office by the city council and Kent Police.
Enhanced COVID-19 testing to take place in parts of Canterbury
A targeted two-week enhanced testing programme is rolling out across two postcodes in the Canterbury area in response to confirmation of a number of cases of the Indian variant strain of Covid-19.
Bringing city's heritage history to life could boost jobs
Ambitious plans to bring Canterbury’s history to life, boost jobs and strengthen the city’s economic recovery could be at the centre of a bid for government cash.
Big issues set to be discussed as Local Plan process continues
The question of whether Canterbury should have thousands of new homes to fund an eastern bypass - bringing major environmental benefits for the city centre - is set to go out to public consultation.
Council in post-lockdown call for more potential Local Plan sites
Making sure councillors have as many choices as possible when it comes to deciding what land should be used for housing and jobs is at the heart of a new appeal for sites in the Local Plan process.