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We have been alerted by Southern Water to an incident at the Margate Wastewater Pumping Station following a lightning strike overnight (Thursday 17 June). As a result of this incident, wastewater was released via the emergency outfall of the Southern Water pumping station at Foreness. In liaison with the Environment Agency, we are now advising […]

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Posted: June 17, 2021, 11:25 am

Councillor Ash Ashbee, Leader of the Thanet Conservative group, was elected as the Leader of Thanet District Council at a Council meeting last night (Thursday 3 June). Cllr Ashbee received 30 votes and Cllr Rick Everitt received 18 votes from members present at the meeting. This follows a 19 month Labour administration and comes after […]

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Posted: June 4, 2021, 4:48 pm

Visitors to Broadstairs will find its main beach more easily accessible, as Thanet District Council plans to open the Viking Bay lift next month (week commencing 21 June).   Work costing an estimated £17,000, is set to start the week commencing 31 May and is anticipated to bring the lift back into operational use. New procedures […]

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Posted: May 28, 2021, 3:19 pm

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