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19 December 2014

New ward boundaries formally agreed

New city council ward boundaries have now been formally approved by Parliament and will come into force for the council election in May 2015.

02 December 2014

A million visitors through the Beaney's doors

Canterbury’s Beaney has welcomed its millionth visitor, just over two years since it reopened following a £14 million restoration and extension project.

01 December 2014

Big grant to improve harbour south quay

The city council has successfully bid for £415,000 from the Environment Agency to upgrade the south quay at Whitstable Harbour.

28 November 2014

Long term empty homes to pay more council tax?

The city council is seeking views on whether owners of properties that are left empty and substantially unfurnished for two years or more should pay extra in council tax.

26 November 2014

Local Plan submitted for inspection

The council has now submitted its draft Local Plan to the Planning Inspectorate to be examined by an independent Inspector. Copies of evidence base reports and representations have also been submitted to the Inspectorate.

25 November 2014

Council brings in afternoon appointments

Improvements are being introduced to the customer service centre in Canterbury.

20 November 2014

Would you like to be a city councillor?

People who are interested in becoming a city councillor are being invited to a prospective councillor event on Wednesday 10 December.

20 November 2014

Draft budget out to consultation

Public consultation on the city council’s draft budget for 2015/16 has begun.

13 November 2014

Three to receive Freedom of the City

Three prominent dignitaries who have made a major contribution to Canterbury district are to receive the Freedom of the City of Canterbury.

10 November 2014

Public meetings on parking issues

Public meetings to discuss issues concerning parking will take place across the district during November.

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