A powerful committee of independent experts has called on the government and local councils to put measures in place to safeguard the Canterbury district’s economic future.
Opposition group insists that if the council had resolved earlier to build an A2/A28 eastern link road, it would not be facing judicial challenges over air quality.
The Canterbury Journal’s Pub Spy believes that two big factors lie at the heart of a modern lifestyle revolution.
Fury erupted in the Canterbury City Council chamber after the authority granted itself permission to build the controversial car park – despite protests against it.
The news that the extension to the Sturry Road bus lane has been postponed reveals a troubling picture of official inertia, says Alex Claridge.
The development sites would be prime locations for family housing, lying within easy reach of schools and shops, says the Journal’s Alex Lister.
Council leaders risk losing the battle for hearts and minds with plans for a new car park in Station Road West, says James Flanagan.