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Demolition paves way for waterfront development

A row of empty shops in Chatham has been demolished so that the site can be marketed to developers for a mixed-use riverside scheme.

Borough firms snare TIGER growth cash

Two Medway businesses have secured almost £250,000 in regional-growth funding to help their operations expand.

Thumbs-up for £5.5m housing programme

Medway Council has been given the go-ahead to build more than 60 new homes for social rent under new self-financing powers for council housing.

New dawn for Medway river travel

A landing stage is set to be installed at the end of Chatham's Sun Pier in a move that will open up new possibilities for river services.

Victory Pier homes yield high return

Rental returns at Gillingham's Victory Pier are up to 6.5 per cent and properties at the development have now attracted almost 50 investors, according to developer Berkeley Group.

Engineering apprentices geared up for study

The University of Greenwich has given fifteen apprentices at Ford's Dunton Technical Centre a chance to study for a degree at the Medway-based School of Engineering.

Oyster-style transport mooted for Medway

Plans have been put forward for a pay-as-you-go public transport card to be put in use throughout Medway.

Go-ahead for Gillingham flats scheme

Medway Council's planning committee has approved plans for a three-storey block of flats at the junction of Jeffrey Street and Sappers Walk in Gillingham.

Ship to sail home to Medway

The Medway Queen, the famous Second World War ship that rescued 7,000 British troops during the evacuation of Dunkirk in 1940, is set to return to Medway.

Chatham Waters first phase wins detailed approval

Developer Peel Holdings has been given the go-ahead for the revised first phase of its Chatham Waters scheme.

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