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13 September 2017

Kingsmead planning application submitted

Plans to transform a key site in Canterbury by building a cinema, bars, restaurants and homes took a significant step forward today (Wednesday 13 September).

11 September 2017

Bad school parking in the spotlight

As the school term kicks off once more, cracking down on problem parking in and around schools will become a priority for Canterbury City Council's enforcement officers.

08 September 2017

Crackdown on rogue ice cream sellers

“Our patience has run out.” That is the message from Canterbury City Council to rogue ice cream traders in the district.

08 September 2017

Inspector refuses BT building appeal

An independent planning inspector has backed the city council’s decision to refuse a planning application that would have resulted in the loss of important office accommodation in the city centre.

07 September 2017

Flowering tree is worth the wait

A tree planted five years ago in Canterbury city centre has burst into colour for the first time.

07 September 2017

Free family fun for Beaney's birthday

A special day of free family activities to celebrate The Beaney’s fifth birthday takes place on Saturday 16 September.

04 September 2017

Your community, your say

Residents will have the chance to hear more about the city council’s ‘Your Community, Your Say’ consultation before giving their views.

31 August 2017

New operator for Reculver centre

Investment by the city council in the Reculver Country Park area is continuing with the opening of a new coffee shop in the visitor centre and a new 78 space car park.

29 August 2017

Council challenges planning inspector's Blean decision

Canterbury City Council is challenging a planning inspector's decision to allow 85 homes to be built on a greenfield site in the district.

17 August 2017

It's time to register to vote

Household Enquiry Forms for voter registration are now being delivered to every property in the district.

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