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Strood Waterfront moves forward

Work has begun to transform Strood Waterfront and pave the way for future development, which will include more than 1,000 new homes.

Magazine launch attracts investment interest

Companies surveyed after attending Wednesday’s launch of Medway1 magazine’s 11th edition, said they are keen to work or invest in the area, with 70% of all delegates saying their perception of Medway as a place to invest had been enhanced.

Medway invites Rochester interest

Developers and consultants involved with the regeneration of Medway were invited to submit expressions of interest in developing Rochester at the launch of Medway1 magazine's 11th issue, last night.

Strood improvements enter third phase

The next phase of improvement works for Strood's £9 million transformation is expected to start later this week, following completion of the first two phases, with the produce and general goods market now held at Commercial Road on Tuesdays.

Final phase of Victory Pier launches

The final phase of developer Berkeley's Charter Quay housing scheme in Gillingham has opened for sale.

Military honours

The developer of Kitchener Barracks, a recently launched housing development in Chatham Dockyards, will honour the military heritage of the area by sponsoring Medway’s event celebrating armed forces veterans on 30 June.

Top of the class

Mature students in Medway are receiving a 'good' education, according to Ofsted.

Medway Council and local team unite

League One football side Gillingham have secured a new sponsor in Medway Council, and will see its stadium renamed Medway Priestfield.

Swelling visitor tide after RIBA prizes

The Historic Dockyard in Chatham saw a 10% rise in visitor numbers since summer 2017, which it credits to an exhibition building being shortlisted for a prestigious architectural prize.

Council closer to peninsula bid

Medway Council has successfully passed through the first round of a major funding bid which could bring £170 million of investment to unlock potential growth on the Hoo Peninsula.

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