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Canterbury City Council has outlined an action plan to bring empty and derelict properties in the town back up to scratch. There are 19 sites being looked at, including prominent buildings on the seafront and also the former St Philip Howard School. Aidan Barlow reports Property owners who refuse to bring derelict eyesores back up to scratch could face a …

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Trade booming in resort town says its ‘champion’

TWO new cafes and a Savers store in Mortimer Street, along with the relocation of a charity shop to Bank Street… business is booming in the town, according to the city council’s Herne Bay champion. Velia Coffey, who is also Canterbury City Council’s deputy chief executive, was presenting a report on business development to the Herne Bay Area Panel, in …

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Spot the difference?

A Herne Bay businessman has unveiled ambitious plans to transform a stretch of the seafront and bring big-name chains to the town. Dean Tevfik wants to turn the arson-hit Bun Penny pub into 14 flats and a restaurant and is hopeful of attracting a household name to take on the site. He has also this month bought Neptune amusements and …

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Plans to transform eyesore into arcades

BUN PENNY PROPOSAL A businessman has unveiled plans to transform the arson-hit Bun Penny pub and a stretch of seafront arcades. Dean Tevfik wants to demolish the burned-out shell of the pub, which has been deemed the town’s worst eyesore since it was gutted by fire in September 2011. It would be replaced by 14 new modern apartments and a …

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Market move success — now sort out the Bun Penny

How successful was moving the market to Mortimer Street and William Street? The town was buzzing (Town Centre Market Is Pulling The Crowds, Herne Bay Gazette, May 8). I said 26 years ago that is where it should be. Too many shopkeepers were moaning about it. They won’t be having a moan now. As for the Bun Penny pub, come …

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No cycling, please, it’s a FOOT path

IN REPLY to the letter “An idiot dog walker for every bad cyclist” (Your views, Times, April 29). Just to clarify the legal situation regarding cyclists. There are no cycle paths along the seafront in Herne Bay, they are footpaths and that includes the footpath to the rear of the beach huts between Hampton pier and its end to the …

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Two plans to revive the derelict Bun Penny pub

AFTER waiting years for action on the burnt-out Bun Penny pub, two proposals for its future are now being considered. Councillors were told the owners of the former pub on Herne Bay seafront have submitted pre-application documents with details of a scheme they hope will bring the building back into use. And at the same meeting of the Herne Bay …

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