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.)
Communities secretary Eric Pickles yesterday flatly contradicted claims from business secretary Vince Cable that only a quarter of local enterprise partnership proposals are 'up to scratch'. (Sourced from Regeneration and Renewal.)
Locate in Kent's 2010 Perception Study reveals that seven out of ten respondents rated Kent a "good" or "very good" business location.
Work to improve traffic flow on a major Rochester road will get underway next month after being rubber-stamped by council chiefs. (Sourced from Kent News.)
Sandra Matthews-Marsh, chief executive of Visit Kent, has welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron’s endorsement of the key role tourism will play in driving forward economic recovery.
(Sourced from Only Kent.)
A new museum that gives a boss "goosebumps" is set to boost revenue and visitors at Chatham Historic Dockyard.
(Sourced from Kent Online.)
Bob Dimond, Medway’s 2012 manager, has described Medway Park as a great example of Olympic legacy in action.
The opening of the new Holborough Marshes nature reserve in Snodland back in May is helping Medway’s ambition to become a green urban destination.
Work is set to begin on the MHS Homes development in Gillingham, with the demolition of the former Four Brothers pub.