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Council election: Conservatives and Lib Dems butt heads over housing

An early starting shot has been fired ahead of the forthcoming Canterbury City Council elections.

Homelessness, food banks, social housing: there is much we can do

The Wilson Perspective: With Christmas over, it's time to refocus our attention on the city's social issues, says Dave Wilson.

More than 1,100 new units enter the district’s housing supply in...

The city council has published its annual monitoring report on the progress of its Local Plan.

Council efforts see empty homes become occupied

The work is done by the authority's Private Sector Housing unit.

Housing chiefs shut city drugs den

The flat of a woman in her 70s had been used by dealers.

Don’t believe the promises of thousands of new homes. That’s not...

Building more homes won't make them cheaper, argues Lib Dem city councillor Nick Eden-Green.

Council butts heads with government over developer cash for new bypass

The Secretary of State for Housing acknowledged the need for a better road to serve the 800-unit estate, but not how it's to be paid for.

Landlords offering free rent in exchange for sex, say students

Landlords demanded "intimate services" instead of cash for room and board.

“No legal requirement” for sprinklers in student blocks

The city council has moved to clarify the position as students begin returning to the city for the new academic year.

Major housing shake up means tenants could claim back rent from...

From October, owners of houses in multiple occupation will need to have applied for licences or face fines or rent payback.

Friends of Kingsmead Field accept “limited development” at site

Planners have granted permission for 16 new homes at the site.

APPROVED: Controversial housing scheme for community field

Five of the houses will become part of the council’s housing stock for local families on the housing waiting list.
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