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JUL
The plans have been put forward by The Light, the firm behind the 8-screen cinema currently being fitted out in the new Bourne Place development between the high street and train station for opening in October.
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JUL
At the Annual Council meeting last Wednesday 15th July, the Leader of the Conservative Leader Cllr Alan Horton made an unqualified apology for his remarks at the previous Council meeting.
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JUL
Swale Borough Council has deep cleaned the roads and pavements in the borough’s five Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs) to improve air quality.
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JUL
Small businesses in the tourism, hospitality and leisure industry could be eligible for support from Swale Borough Council’s second round of discretionary grants.
16
JUL
Councillors have agreed a parking concession of an extra half an hour for free from Saturday 18 July to help residents access town centres more easily.
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JUL
The roof of Swallow’s Leisure Centre in Sittingbourne was damaged in February, and the council’s cabinet are being asked to approve funding of up to £800,000 for replacement work.
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JUL
During a council meeting held on the 17th June a motion was put forward by Cllr Monique Bonney to request that the council ask the Department for Transport to work with the Highway Authorities and other relevant stakeholders...
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JUN
Parking concessions put in place in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic will come to an end on 1 July.
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JUN
Local not-for-profit and commercial organisations are being invited to express their interest in running an art, cultural and creative space at 34 High Street in Sittingbourne.
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JUN
Visitors to town centres will find it easier to safely social distance from next week when three high streets are temporarily pedestrianised.