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Swale Borough Council will now save more than 30 tonnes of carbon every year with a fleet of nine new electric vehicles.
At the end of last week, we started to send out letters to all households, further encouraging people to comply with Tier 3 restrictions. And then on Saturday we were catapulted into a hitherto unheard-of Tier 4
There may be delays to waste and recycling collections this week as more members of staff have had to self-isolate to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Swale Borough Council has contributed £20,000 to foodbanks in Swale to help support the people most in need this winter.
The Government has announced that Swale, along with the rest of Kent and Medway, will be placed into Tier 3 – Very High, from 2nd December
The meeting was called by Swale Borough Council in response to the recent rise in the number of cases in the borough, and included representatives from partner agencies such as Kent County Council, Kent Police, HM Prison Service and Public Health England.
Businesses that have been forced to close or have been severely affected by the new restrictions can apply for one of the following business grants from Swale Borough Council
Councillors have approved a three-year plan that will stimulate the borough’s economy by securing investment and infrastructure, supporting local business and improving skills.
Leading members of Swale Borough Council met with Andrew Scott-Clark, Director of Public Health at Kent County Council (KCC), yesterday (26 Oct) to discuss the recorded rise of Covid infections in Swale.
Swale Borough Council is proposing to set up a housing company to help deliver affordable homes for local people.