KCC has urged the government to provide more carriages on trains during peak periods, address overcrowding and improve connectivity in its response to a consultation on rail services in Kent. The Department for Transport is consulting on rail services in the county ahead of a new franchise to run services coming into effect in December…...
Two level crossings – at St Dunstan’s Street and at St Stephen’s Road in Canterbury will be closed on Sunday, June 4. Kent County Council has given permission to Network Rail to close the crossings throughout the day to carry out work. While permission would not usually be given for both of these crossings to…...
Kent County Council has launched a special website to help the county’s businesses tackle the threat of cyber crime, following the recent cyber-attacks on the NHS and big businesses across the world. Companies and large organisations are prime targets for this type of activity, and the Federation of Small Businesses has reported that two-thirds of…...
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