Medway Council has been awarded £600,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund to deliver small and medium-sized workspace at Watermill Wharf in Strood.
The Fountain Workshop, a team of designers, artists and engineers, located at the dockyard in Chatham, has appointed a new director.
A seminar at the University of Kent’s Chatham Historic Dockyard base this month was attended by more than 60 people and involved discussions about ‘regeneration and the role of art’.
Almost 100 people attended the launch of the eighth edition of Medway1 magazine at a networking event sponsored by mhs homes, the largest landlord in the area.
Rodney Chambers, who has been the leader of Medway Council for 15 years has announced he won’t stand for a further term. He has been the only leader in the unitary authority's history.
Strood-based freight company, CRM Logistics, has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
Work on the first phase of plans to build 1,000 homes on the east bank of the River Medway will start this summer.
Medway Council’s director of regeneration, community and culture, Robin Cooper, is leaving the local authority, and will take on a new role to head up Ebbsfleet Garden City.
The eighth issue of Medway1 magazine is to be published before June, when it will be launched at a networking event in Rochester.
Theatre Quarter, an mhs homes development consisting of 26 apartments, has been built on the site of Medway’s Theatre Royal auditorium.