Managing ash dieback in Kent

With as many as half a million Ash trees growing on private land, KCC is urging owners to be aware of the disease. Since 2012, KCC has chaired the multi-agency Kent Resilience Forum Ash Dieback Strategic Co-ordinating Group when the fungal pathogen was first discovered in Kent. Ash dieback is a fungus that originated in…

Kent Property Market Report 2019 launched

Kent’s accessibility, combined with its relative affordability, is driving demand from a range of business occupiers who are now seeing it as a viable alternative to other parts of the South East, according to the 2019 Kent Property Market Report. The growing strength of demand is placing the county firmly on the radar for investors…

KCC scoops gong at TRANStech Awards

Kent County Council has won a national award for its work in providing an electric minibus for disabled and vulnerable people. It was crowned the winner in the inaugural TRANStech Awards rural innovation category. Held on November 1 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, the awards recognise people and organisations designing and using technology to improve…

Teynham improvements out to consultation

Plans to widen the footpath and create parking spaces in parts of London Road, Teynham are going out to public consultation today (Tuesday). The developer-funded scheme has been proposed after residents’ calls for measures to reduce speeds on London Road. As well as the changes to the pavement, there are plans for an informal crossing…