Tyres, furniture and shopping trolleys have been left on area’s streets.
The closing down sale will feature bargains of up to 75% off.
The city council is applying to itself for permission to build homes.
It is the same location as a crash at the weekend.
Various uses are being suggested for the site.
Business units and open space are also part of the proposals.
Canterbury City Council’s chief executive is urging people with something to say to consider standing at next year’s election.
Police have launched an appeal for information.
Court proceedings can be launched against those who drop litter.
Chek party will take place in Canterbury.
Emergency services were called to the scene.
The Freedom of Information Act opened the door to numerous strange questions to public authorities.
Campaign coincided with football World Cup.
Visitors will be able to meet their local firefighters.
The government is to begin trialling new forms of direct democracy.
Lord Mayor of Canterbury Colin Spooner will open the K&C League of Friends fair.
With the famous retailer closing next month, Alex Lister dreams of what the city centre building could be used for.
Care about the district? Then why not run for council, says Alex Claridge.
Ben Fitter-Harding offers prospective city councillors an insight into the work they’ll do and what they can achieve.
The Wilson Perspective: Too many people going to the same place at the same time lies at the root of our problems, says Dave Wilson.