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Crazy golf scheme for Herne Bay pier looks set to be approved

Oh dear, it looks like a shoo-in – no surprise there… A smuggler-themed crazy golf course on Herne Bay pier looks set to be given the go-ahead by planning councillors. Officials are recommending that the £250,000 scheme by arcade boss David Cain is granted planning permission, despite almost 30 letters from opponents. It would see a 13-hole course, complete with …

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Royal Mail meeting in Whitstable

Hello Herne Bay! The people of Whitstable want to invite you to a Public Meeting here in Whitstable this Fri (1st Feb 2013) to hear your side of the story since you lost your delivery office to Canterbury. Royal Mail say the move is successful? I think there are some porky pies being told there. Come and tell us YOUR …

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Stands available at Bay business exhibition

Businesses can raise their profile and reach new customers by taking out a stand at this year’s Herne Bay Business and Projects Showcase. The event, organised by the city council, takes place at the King’s Hall on Wednesday 6 March from 2pm to 7pm. It’s the sixth exhibition of its kind and has attracted more than 500 people in previous …

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Planning Applications: 18th Jan 2013

1 in Herne Bay:​

CA//12/02097/FUL: Altira Business Park, Margate Road, Herne Bay, CT6 6LA Erection of a foodstore (Use Class A1) including a cafe, industrial/commercial units (Use Class B1, B2 and/or B8), petrol filling station, surface level car parking, new access and highway works, landscaping, servicing and associated works. Applicant: Terrace Hill (Herne Bay) Limited Reason: Contrary to development plan and major.​

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Council keen on permanent Westgate scheme

It was confirmed by Kent County Council today (16th January) that the St Dunstan’s and Westgate Towers environmental improvements and traffic management trial will continue for the full year and finish at the end of March. KCC also announced that the road layout will return to its previous configuration at the end of the trial. The city council will – …

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Serco wins grounds maintenance contract

The contract to look after the district’s parks and gardens from April 2013 has been retained by the current contractor, Serco. Serco won the contract following a competitive tender process in which four companies submitted a bid. It covers council services such as parks, gardens, children’s play areas, sports pitches, benches and trees. Under the contract, Serco will also take …

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Planning Cockup

CCC’s slapdash use of their own website has limited our opportunity to comment on a couple of major local issues. When it comes to advertising any planning applications in the district, our Council is only obliged to put public notices near the site in question, and in a local paper. They use Kent on Sunday, so that must be OK, …

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Town Councillors

On Tues 15th, our councillors will PUBLICLY discuss issues that matter to our town. This happens rarely, so don’t miss it – the Salvation Army Hall in Richmond Street, starting at 6:30pm. They only do this half a dozen times a year, so it’s almost a special occasion. If you’re quick about it, you can put your own questions to …

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