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Chatham mixed-use scheme gets green light

Medway Council has approved plans for a £25 million mixed use development at Chatham’s historic wharf.

Kent construction firms meet for growth summit

Construction and development firms met last week with Kent County Council and business representative bodies to discuss how to grow the Kent economy.

Medway Council approves Strood Sainsbury's superstore

Medway Council has approved plans for a new Sainsbury’s superstore at St Anthony's Way in Strood.

Medway Council to carry out business park environment studies

Medway Council will carry out individual environmental impact assessment on future detailed planning applications for a business park on the Isle of Grain.

Chatham on World Heritage Site nomination shortlist

The Historic Dockyard Chatham has made the shortlist of UK sites which could become protected by UNESCO World Heritage status.

Artwork transforms empty Medway shops

Medway Council has spend £45,000 on artwork to make empty shop units appear as if they are fully-stocked.

"Floating hotel" planned for Chatham Waterfront

Plans for a hotel that seems to float in the air have been drawn up for Chatham waterfront.

Business leaders reject 'Boris Island' airport idea

Business leaders and councils say that London mayor Boris Johnson should look at expanding existing airports in Kent rather than creating a new island airport in the Thames Estuary.

Aviation group calls for Cliffe airport

Plans for an airport at Cliffe, north Kent Hoo peninsula, should be revived following the Christmas air chaos, according to an independent aviation group.(Sourced from Financial Times.)
 

HS1 trains carried 7m passengers in first year

High-speed trains have carried more than seven million passengers in its first year, it has been revealed.(Sourced from Kent Online.)
 

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