The hotel site has been an ugly blot for too long.
Cllr Nick Eden-Green warns the conversion of student accommodation to social housing exposes deficiencies in the planning process.
The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson offers an in-depth analysis of the housing shortage facing Canterbury.
Prof Richard Scase argues that corporate greed lies in behind the pylons’ erection.
Reform of the health service is desperately needed, says former Canterbury principal planning officer Bob Britnell.
Prof Jan Pahl fears vandalism is ruining the beautiful and historic city of Canterbury.
Maybe not for this year’s World Cup, but a screen in a public place is an idea worth considering, says Alex Claridge.
The health service should be above party politics, argues Conservative Greig Baker.
The leader of the free world isn’t going to care.
The Wilson Perspective: Openness and clarity are the keys to good local governance, argues Dave Wilson.
Canterbury City Council’s former principal planning officer Bob Britnell looks into the dark recesses of the mind.
Prof Rick Norman argues there must be a concerted effort to tackle end of year blight.
There is some seriously bad rubbish in our public places.
The Canterbury Journal