Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business

Ready for re-opening

C4B Chairman - Paul Barrett

After months of lockdown, April 12 will see a flurry of activity as non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality re-open. As part of its plans to support businesses in the district, Canterbury City Council is working to spruce up high streets in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Tankerton and Whitstable . If you spot any environmental issues that require attention, please report them via the Canterbury City Council website: https://www.canterbury.gov.uk/info/20008/environmental_problems or flag them with Caroline Hicks: caroline.hicks@canterbury.gov.uk, or Lisa Carlson lisa.carlson@canterburybid.co.uk .

C4B News

C4B News Item

Published: 27-10-2015

Road marking works on A2, between Canterbury and Dover

Works, due to start on Monday 2 November will require full closure overnight, in...

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C4B News Item

Published: 27-10-2015

Water main upgrade in St George’s Street, Canterbury

Notice of work to install a new pipe, will take place along St George’s Street...

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