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The owners of a wind farm off the coast of Kent have sold the cabling and substations which take electricity to the National Grid in a deal worth £164m.

The boss of the UK’s oldest brewer is to become chairman of tourism agency Visit Kent at the end of next year.

A new website aimed at companies looking to start-up, expand, invest or relocate in the borough has been launched by Swale council.

Thanet could soon be home to more than 4,000 new homes as part of the council’s housing strategy.

A Maidstone housebuilder and contractor has made a prestigious national league table of the fastest growing private companies for the second year running.

A fast-growing Dartford company has moved into new and bigger premises and taken on more staff with the help of Locate in Kent.

Furley Page Partner Myfanwy McDonagh has been appointed Vice Chair of a committee of property specialists who provide law firms across the UK with advice on commercial, residential and landlord and tenant law.

The Port of Dover and East Kent College have signed an important agreement, which will see them strengthen the local economy and deliver exciting career prospects for young people in Dover.

With American Express leading a national advertising campaign, things are getting rather big for Small Business Saturday.

More detail has been released by the new owners of the former Manston Airport site regarding a provisional timetable for consulting local people and businesses about how the site can be best developed.

The historic Fairbairn Hand Cranked Crane, built in 1868 to serve the shipwrights who had workshops around the Wellington Dock in the Dover’s Western Docks, has been lovingly restored by the Port of Dover.

Reeves, one of the major accountancy and financial services firms practising in London and the South East of England, is delighted to announce that they have been awarded ‘Training Team of the Year’ at the British Accountancy Awards 2014.


The Port of Dover is delighted that its scheme to enhance junctions on the A20 in Dover has today been highlighted as one of the key investment schemes by the Government in unlocking Britain’s economic potential.

Bosses have put a reduction in business rates and greater stability on their wishlist for the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.

Kent is set to see a massive new investment from government to improve its road network.

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The Marsh Million is a £1m economic growth fund available to the Romney Marsh area.

Wide-ranging legal expertise has seen Cripps receive regional and national recognition in an annual guide to UK law firms and lawyers.

After five years of constraint, planning consultancy teams are growing once more, according to Planning Magazine’s Planning Consultancy Survey 2014.

A multi-million pound investment programme to overhaul rail services in Kent will transform High Speed and traditional rail travel across the county, guests at Locate in Kent’s autumn networking event in Ashford heard.

The design and construction excellence transforming Kent was recently celebrated.

Discovery Park in Sandwich scored a century this week when it signed its 100th tenant.


A day after Lewis Hamilton was crowned Formula One world champion, Hornby has announced a victory of its own tied to the British motor racing hero.

The construction of 266,570 sq ft. of industrial buildings will get under way early in 2015 at the Goodman-owned site at Kingsnorth Commercial Park, in Medway, Kent.

A record number of 400 guests and VIPs are expected at tonight’s (Friday) Medway Business Awards gala night at Priestfield, Gillingham.

New investment into life sciences announced alongside a review into how we develop medicines and medical technology.

A particle-size engineering technology company, with operations in Kent, has been acquired by a global drug development business.

Discovery Park has welcomed two more tenants to the science and business park meaning for the first time it is now at 54% occupancy.

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