Andrew and Ria Kerin’s home has been praised as a fine example of urban living.
Healthy living and better transport should be the goals for the immediate future, says society.
Fine modernist deign should be retained, argues group.
The number of people seeking help due to Universal Credit has grown 88 per cent in the last three months.
The awards recognise buildings of merit in the area.
The accolades will be awarded at a ceremony later this month.
We asked a variety of people working on behalf of the district what one wish they have for 2019.
The night shelter operates over the winter months with the help of local churches.
Charities are helping those in need manage their Christmas.
Canterbury City Council is among those who use bailiffs to recover unpaid money.
The Canterbury Housing Advice Centre charity helps people trying to find a home.
A meeting of experts is taking place at Christ Church University
Neasa MacErlean is a journalist who lives in Canterbury. She covers a wide range of areas including business, the welfare state and the law. She qualified as a chartered accountant and speaks Italian.
The Canterbury Journal