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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.

Rebalance planning rules in favour of people and their council

The Wilson Perspective: Canterbury City Council should call the bluff of developers who threaten legal action, argues Dave Wilson.

Get behind new sports complex proposal, urges rugby club

Canterbury RFC and Canterbury City FC are hoping to move into a joint new home.

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.

Renewed fears over Kent Uni’s hotel and conference centre plans

The University of Kent is developing its masterplan for expanding the Canterbury campus.

“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.

Griff Rhys Jones to outline fears on development of UK towns...

The actor and comedian is president of civic societies charity Civic Voice.

Now the dig’s over can we get on and build the...

The hotel site has been an ugly blot for too long.

Council wins legal battle to prevent development on greenfield site

It took the government to court over proposals for an 85-home development.

Planners set to approve student flats

Canterbury City Council's planning committee meets in the week.

Student blocks show why council faces housing crisis

We need more council houses to be built, says Labour's Alan Baldock.
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