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Development plans for homes revised

06 July 2014

The man behind plans for a housing development in Halfway has submitted his application to Swale council and says he has taken on board feedback.

Population profile leads to differing homes requirement

06 July 2014

A change in Gravesham’s ethnic profile could alter the number of houses that need to be built in the borough.

Plans for 500 homes on land near ancient woodland turned down

03 July 2014

Unanimous vote on controversial plans for Hermitage Lane land.

College plans to bridge gap between education and work

03 July 2014

Plans to transform Dover campus of East Kent College have been unveiled this week when the Minister for Skills and Enterprise visited the town.

Council taken to court over planning refusal

02 July 2014

Maidstone Council's decision to refuse a major redevelopment at the old KCC Springfield site is being challenged in the courts.

Housing developer faces angry villagers

02 July 2014

Campaigners have slammed an exhibition on new housing plans as hollow and half-hearted, as hundreds turn out to oppose the plans.

Paramount Park to discuss plans at exhibitions

01 July 2014

A series of public events will begin the process of revealing plans for a proposed £2bn theme park as part of a year-long consultation on the project.

Construction firm to close office

01 July 2014

Up to 10 jobs are at risk after a national contractor decided to close its operations in Kent.

Temple could be used for flats

25 June 2014

Plans have been submitted to demolish the old gurdwara in Gravesend and replace it with flats.

Council awards £100m house-building contract

24 June 2014

A FTSE 250 construction group has been confirmed to build and maintain 240 supported homes for vulnerable people across Kent in a 25-year agreement.

Residents complain at slow redevelopment progress

24 June 2014

A lack of action on a town-centre regeneration project has sparked a petition with thousands of signatures seeking answers, it has been revealed.

Hotel plans given go ahead

20 June 2014

A 150-bedroom hotel has been approved by a council less than a week after it refused permission for a shopping centre next door.

Phase two of college revamp gets underway

19 June 2014

A college campus is undergoing a £12m redevelopment set to be completed next year.

Compensation plan aims to speed up development

18 June 2014

Dartford council will ensure the Lowfield Street project goes ahead by compensating people who might threaten legal action over construction.

Rugby legends' company signs £400m China deal

18 June 2014

A Kent company featuring ex-England legends Austin Healey and Will Greenwood has entered a joint venture with a Chinese firm to make solar panels.

Council forced to reconsider plans to build homes on greenfield site

16 June 2014

Forge Field Society have wona court battle over council plans to build new homes on greenfield site.

Hundreds more places on way in school expansion

15 June 2014

A proposal to expand Stone primary school was approved this week, despite opposition from Dartford and Stone councils.

Asbestos discovery halts renovation work

15 June 2014

The site of a major development has been shut while safety checks are carried out after asbestos was found behind a wall.

Cheering news for those opposed to giant solar farms

15 June 2014

Two Government appeal decisions may toll the death knell for the solar farms on agricultural land.

Planning permission for £120m scheme could be quashed

13 June 2014

A multi-million pound town centre regeneration plan could be on hold for six months after an 11th-hour High Court twist.

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