A 1930s dance hall is no longer under threat of demolition after plans for retirement flats were refused by on the grounds they were “unsustainable.”
Plans for a 12,000 home garden town is being railroaded through against community wishes and will not serve local needs, Lib Dems say.
The Woodland Trust needs to raise £750,000 in three months to save 116 acre of land from potential development.
Plans have been unveiled for a luxurious holiday home development alongside a new £4 million base for a rugby club.
Housing minister Gavin Barwell visited a £14.4m housing development at a disused barracks.
Troubled housebuilder Bovis Homes will pay customers compensation of £7 million and slash construction targets by 10% to 15% after a "difficult year".
Kent County Council has unveiled plans to carry out improvements at a link road.
More than 2,000 people campaigned against plans to build houses on green belt land and won.
Long-awaited work to a derelict seafront is set to start next month, which will give a town a 500 jobs boost along with 1,000 new homes.
Plans to convert an empty pub into flats have been rejected by councillors.
The future of a town’s expansion looks rock solid after a concrete and aggregate depot opened on the site of a former Rimmel cosmetics factory.
A string of town centre businesses will be demolished to be replaced with a block of flats.
Housing minister Gavin Barwell will open one of the UK's largest council-build bungalow sites today.
Companies will be making a “smart investment of time with very little to lose” by entering Kent’s top business awards.
Clean-air campaigners are taking legal action against the government in the hope of stopping thousands of homes being built on prime farmland.
A controversial plan to build a housing estate in a disused chalk pit is set to be approved.
The boss of a Kent car breakers wants to clear the site and convert it to warehouses.
Kent representatives have backed a "high risk" budget, despite suggestions residents are being charged more for poorer services.
People waiting to find out whether a pub will be turned into a block of flats will have to wait at least another month.
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