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100,000th LED streetlight installed in Kent

The 100,000th LED street light in Kent has been installed in KCC’s ambitious £40 million scheme. Kent County Council has approximately 120,000 street lights and in March 2016 began a project to convert all street lights to LED. The milestone ceremony, delivered by the Transport and Local Government team at…

Grant for targeted health intervention programme

A project dedicated to improving the health of people from migrant communities will start later this year after an award from the Government. Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust and Kent County Council will receive £853,106 from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to improve access to healthcare.…

Celebrating high quality design and development in Kent

Nominations are now open for entries into the Kent Design & Development Awards 2018, and PR and marketing agency Maxim is proud to be a headline sponsor. Taking place every two years, the Kent Design & Development Awards celebrate the design excellence of the county’s property and construction industry and are jointly…

Kitten called Smokey found in fire-ravaged household waste site

A two-week old kitten, found in the aftermath of a fire which raged through the Pepperhill household waste site, has been adopted by the site’s manager. On April 21 a fire broke out in the household waste bay, forcing Kent County Council to close the site until August. During the…

KCC continues work on £7.5 million pothole blitz

There’s a whole lot of holes being filled on the county’s roads as Kent County Council continues its £7.5 million pothole blitz. Since March 1, KCC has filled in 25,995 potholes and carried out 69,510sqm of resurfacing where multiple potholes were found. The issue remains the number one priority for…

£10k LoCASE grants available to complement free electric vehicle event

The Low Carbon Across the South East (LoCASE) team is partnering with Discovery Park on Wednesday 20th June to give wider exposure to the fact that it is now able to assist SMEs in the region with up to £10K grants funding towards Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. The annual ‘Electric…

KCC launches online Big Conversation on future of rural bus services 

Kent County Council has launched its Big Conversation programme online, allowing residents to take part in a consultation on the future of rural transport services. For the next eight weeks, until August 8, residents can have their say on how rural transport could look in the future as KCC faces…

Summer anti-drink-drive campaign launched

As the country prepares for the 2018 World Cup, Kent Road Safety is launching its summer anti-drink-driving campaign. One in six fatal crashes involves a driver who has been drinking and over 50% of drink-drive collisions happen on residential roads. The campaign will run from this month (June) through to…

Kent County Council hosts Art Ability exhibition

More than 70 talented artists will have their colourful creations hosted by Kent County Council next month. The exhibition, entitled Art Ability, will see residents supported by the council’s learning disability services invited to County Hall in Maidstone to display and sell their unique artwork. Paintings, sculpture and photography will…

Latest updates on the A26 (Tonbridge Road) closure

The A26 Tonbridge Road “sunk” near the junction with Fountain Road on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon. An emergency road closure between Fountain Lane and Terminus Road was put in place to ensure the safety of road users and the public. The current road closure attempts to pick up as much…