Council bosses have today officially announced plans to compete with other towns across the country for city status to mark the Queen's Diamond jubilee celebrations.(Sourced from kentnews.co.uk.)
A new supermarket for Medway City Estate has been given the go-ahead. (Sourced from Medway Messenger.)
A £2.5m road improvement scheme to benefit bus passengers and cyclists has started in Rochester. (Sourced from BBC Kent.)
A council leader has said the Medway towns' campaign for city status is a "golden opportunity" to bring investment to the area. (Sourced from the BBC.)
The historic Theatre Royal will be converted into 12 new flats, "Kent News" has revealed. (Sourced from here.)
The 19th Kent Property Market Report, launched on October 21st at Princes Park, Dartford, reveals that in spite of a challenging year for the commercial property industry, demand for industrial and office space in Kent and Medway is up by 53% and 43% respectively since last year.
Housing minister Grant Shapps has set out in a letter the settlement for government housing expenditure, announced as part of the Spending Review of 20 October 2010.
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles has written to council leaders setting out the implications of today's Comprehensive Spending Review.
Council chiefs yesterday axed the Medway Renaissance team as part of on-going cost-cutting measures. (Sourced from here.)
Imagine that you are at the bar of a pub and the person perched on the stool next to you starts talking about sub national economic development re-organisations. (Sourced from here.)