Two public drop-in sessions have been set up for people to give their ideas for the future of the King’s Hall in Herne Bay.
17 January 2017
Marlowe Theatre and museums proposals published
Proposals to transfer the management of the Marlowe Theatre to a Charitable Trust and make changes to the museums service are to be considered by the city council’s Community Committee on Wednesday 25 January.
12 January 2017
Council prepares for bad weather
The city council has closed 45 floodgates along the coastline as a precautionary measure, following forecasts of a strong northerly wind to coincide with high tides on Friday and Saturday.
19 December 2016
New office space ideal for small businesses
New managed office space in Whitstable, perfect for local start-up companies or small businesses looking to expand, is now available to rent.
16 December 2016
Local Plan inspector issues findings
The independent planning inspector examining the city council’s draft Local Plan has raised no substantive issues on housing numbers or locations, but he has chosen to make some modifications to the plan.
05 December 2016
Public ideas sought in King's Hall review
Local people are being asked for their opinions and ideas about the King’s Hall in Herne Bay as part of a review into the future of the venue.
29 November 2016
CCTV used in park and ride arrests
Quick action by city council CCTV operators led to the arrest of three men who were allegedly attempting to steal from pay machines at the New Dover Road park and ride site.
28 November 2016
Top music line-up for 2017 at the King's Hall
The King’s Hall in Herne Bay has announced its biggest ever programme of live gigs in 2017, featuring a line-up of original acts from the 1960s through to the 1980s.
28 November 2016
Canterbury's £450 million tourism boost
The importance of tourism to Canterbury’s economy has been further demonstrated in figures for 2015 released today (Monday 28 November).
22 November 2016
Draft budget out to consultation
Canterbury City Council has begun public consultation on its draft budget for 2017/18.