The last generation of a family behind a major employer in the county is stepping down as MD after 38 years with the firm.
A multi-million-pound project to flatten a derelict arcade and replace it with high-end flats could begin next year, developers have revealed.
A highly controversial bid to renew the use of a former golf course as a council contractor's depot has been met with scores of angry responses.
The latest survey reveals firms are feeling increasingly confident for the future - but there are still hurdles to overcome.
The final residents have moved in to an island's most prestigious development – 24 years after planning permission was granted.
House builders have submitted plans for the next phase in a major town centre redevelopment.
One of the county's big employers is to pay for a handful of firms to appear at a business show next month.
A postcode area in the county is one of 19 new locations across England which has gained a £1m property market since the pandemic began.
Developers are bulldozing large family homes - one snapped up for £1 million more than its estimated value - to make way for a retirement block.
A new shared ownership housing development is set to start later this year after planners gave permission for the 20 new homes.
Home furnishing giant IKEA is understood to have signed a deal to open its first site in Kent.
Drone photos reveal the progress being made at a 111-acre housing development which has been under construction for two years.
Roof gardens and a public courtyard have been promised for a riverside housing development at a derelict gas works.
A growing number of residents are seeing their bids for homes in a Kent district gazumped by wealthier buyers from London, according to estate agents.
A council's vision to dwarf a government target and build 8,000 extra homes to fund the construction of two bypasses has come under heavy criticism.
How the next phase of a sprawling housing estate will look has been unveiled in designs submitted to planners.
Teenagers have created a striking mural as part of a £1m revamp of a tired and dingy bus station.
One of the county's most popular business events is bouncing back after the Covid as it prepares to welcome thousands in October.
People in a village hit back at a survey suggesting a castle adds thousands to nearby house prices, by highlighting traffic woes the venue brings.
The latest figures reveal those claiming benefits is down for July in the county - but it has risen slightly in some areas.
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