The Chairman of Kent County Council expresses sympathy to her Majesty The Queen on the sad loss of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh

The Chairman of Kent County Council, Mr Graham Gibbens, has expressed the deepest sympathy of the Members and officers of Kent County Council on the sad passing of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. The Chairman said: “The Duke has been a constant source of support for Her Majesty The Queen during her reign…

Kent milestone reached on road out of lockdown

Half a million symptom free COVID-19 tests have now been carried out at sites across Kent. Symptom free tests are a vital part of the county’s route out of lockdown as around 1 in 3 people with coronavirus do not have any symptoms. This means they could be spreading the virus without knowing it. Out…

KCC publishes five year highway maintenance plan

Kent County Council has published its forward works programme outlining plans for highway maintenance right across the county for the next five years. This investment plan includes renewal and maintenance work not just for roads and pavements but also streetlights, drainage systems, traffic lights, bridges, tunnels, and trees. It includes around 7.5 million square metres…

Kent residents clean up in latest waste recycling stats

The latest official Government figures for waste and recycling in England show just 1.5% of Kent’s rubbish goes to landfill. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs report of waste and recycling statistics for 2019/20 found KCC disposed of 670,000 tonnes of household waste. Of that, 315,000 tonnes of waste was recycled and 345,000…