Property experts have welcomed the Chancellor's announcement of a stamp duty cut until next March.
Business figures in Kent say new measures to get young people into work are well intentioned but may prove a challenge in reality.
One of the county's major building, civil engineering and plant hire firms has seen changes at the top after a management buy-out.
A pub which can be traced back to 1897 is to be demolished despite a councillor's last-ditch plea.
A car showroom will be demolished to make way for a 75-bed nursing home.
The decision as to whether a huge 1930s building in a town centre can be converted into flats has been deferred.
More than half of firms surveyed in a recent poll said Covid-19 had forced them to cancel or delay international trading plans.
A stretch of greenbelt land has been protected from development following a decade-long campaign to fight off controversial plans for a health centre.
A 150-acre site could become home to hundreds of properties, a retirement village and business park.
As protests continue, business leaders are being urged to look at their own company values to ensure equality.
Firms who have breached the rules surrounding the furlough scheme are set to get a 30-day amnesty period to repay HMRC.
An old tavern could soon be demolished with a block of 15 flats replacing it, if plans are approved.
The University of Kent is to host a series of free webinars to help firms recover after the lockdown.
More than 9,000 firms have been helped by a free business support service since it launched at the end of March.
Tickets are available now for a one-day conference to help boost Kent firms - all taking place online.
The opening of a town’s newest supermarket has been pushed back by bosses, KentOnline can reveal.
Work on a £250m development on the outskirts of town has been set back by about two years following a series of delays.
Ten years after protesters defeated a controversial development, a new firm is looking to move in on the prized piece of countryside.
A leading housebuilder has hired a new executive to help drive forward its ambitious expansion plans.
A Kent council has been told to hand over thousands to cover court costs after being denied a judicial review into approval for up to 700 homes.
More than £3.5 million could be spent on GP surgery, school and library expansions – if plans for a 450-home estate are approved.
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