Plans to open a drive-in cinema at a popular outlet centre have been rejected.
A developer is hoping to build new homes near the site of a a proposed multi-million pound railway station.
The next step towards completing a town centre development is under way with plans for 45 affordable flats beside a former car park.
The next stage in ambitious plans for a "world-class winery" is under way.
A council decision not to allow a fast food firm from opening at a shopping centre has been overturned.
A new academy and 181 homes will be built after councillors gave the plans a hesitant thumbs up – just days after deferring the matter.
The results of a consultation on how a council intends to spend £170m of government cash have been revealed.
Labour party members are celebrating after gaining a council seat last night.
The number of requests made for grass to be cut soared by 240% after No Mow May when compared to the same three months last year.
Multi-million pound plans to help revamp a town centre have been given the go-head as a council eyes city status.
Residents say they are exhausted after repeatedly battling development plans for tennis courts behind their homes.
Concerned campaigners will have to wait and see what the future has in store for a former recreation site.
Planning officers have recommended that multi-million pound plans to build a new school, 180 homes and wedding venue be given the nod.
The head of an organisation which promotes community relations said an event in which a police chief took the knee promoted Kent as a tolerant place.
Scorn has been poured on a plan to house vulnerable young people in an area suffering from high levels of crime.
Action has been taken against a developer who defied planning permission after it built more than it had been permitted.
Calls have been made to make a final stand against the development of council homes on open space.
People say they are fed up with the state of grass verges two months after a no mow campaign ended.
A plan has been unveiled to build homes close to the site of a new secondary school, in an area popular with developers.
A councillor says young people's lives could be at risk if they are housed in an area which has high levels of crime.
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