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Maidstone, Kent’s County town may see an increase in town centre housing if plans recently presented to council planners are approved.
The search is on to find the successor to Rocksalt, the current overall winner of Kent Design & Development Awards.
Managers at Lydd Airport on Kent’s Romney Marsh will be flying to Dubai in May to showcase the airport’s multi-million-pound development at two major travel and aviation events.
Commuters in Kent could soon benefit from a boost in high-speed services across the county.
A number of coastal communities in Sussex and Kent are to receive millions of pounds of government funding.
Blackbox Document Solutions, a technology solutions company, has made Rochester, Medway, its new home.
A building services firm is doubling in size and moving into larger offices in a business park after getting financial support from a bank.
Plans for 172 new homes will revitalise the site of an historic former hospital in Kent.
Reeves, one of the major accountancy and financial services firms practising in London and the South East of England, is delighted to announce the release of this year’s Corporate Finance Deals Report “Moving SME business in the right direction”, by Kreston UK.
A business park says it is bucking the trend for an under representation of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics posts at a profesional level.
Louis Ayre has come a long way since he persuaded the Government-backed Start Up Loan Company to lend him £6,000 to develop his fledgling Drop My Leaflet business.
Kent has benefitted from two bids to the Coastal Communities Fund, which could help generate nearly 250 jobs and attract businesses to the county.
A college has pledged to support the KM Group’s campaign to encourage more firms to hire apprentices.
Proof positive news about the upturn has emerged from East Malling Trust, after it announced 90 per cent of the commercial property space on its estate, near Maidstone, is now occupied.
Eurostar has seen a hike in both passenger numbers and revenues, according to its latest financial figures, and smashed the ten million passenger mark in a year for the first time.
Ambitious and aspiring companies still have time to enter the prestigious Kent Excellence in Business Awards after the deadline for entries was extended.
The continuing transformation of part of central Folkestone continues with an open event being staged later this month to try and attract small and start-up firms.
The South East has been named the 'safest' place to start a business in Britain in Jelf Small Business' first UK Startup Ecosystems Report.
Dream Doors has become the latest company to expand in Kent.
They came, they saw, they played, they made, they conquered – and, above all, they had enormous fun taking part at GEEK 2014.
One of Kent's most famous landmarks has proved it is no slouch when it comes to technology.
Proposals from Dover Harbour Board to develop a new multi-million pound cargo terminal have been widely welcomed by local residents and businesses in the town, signing up to the shared vision.
In what could be a “pivotal year” for a decision on an airport in Medway, the council has doubled its budget to fight the plans.
Local firms welcome at The Only Way is Ethics seminar
A major action plan could breathe new life into Ramsgate’s waterfront.
A pair of scientists have struck gold with their new distillery project.
East Kent College has secured planning permission from Thanet District Council to build its proposed £3.3 million Centre for Creative Industries.
A national advertising campaign designed in Kent will remind people of their connection with local newspapers.
International House and the surrounding land will be purchased by Ashford council in preparation for creating the town’s much talked about Commercial Quarter.
One of Furley Page’s talented and recently-qualified solicitors has become the latest addition to the Kent law firm’s highly-regarded real estate team, which is recognised by independent legal guides Chambers UK and The Legal 500.
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