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An image relating to New Romney business centre starts taking shape
Building work is well underway on the new business centre due to bring employment to the Romney Marsh area.
An image relating to Princes Parade scheme moves step closer to reality
We have appointed BAM Construction to deliver a new leisure centre, promenade and infrastructure works to facilitate this and the residential developments at Princes Parade.
An image relating to Call to give district's empty properties new life
Help is available to bring empty properties back into use to provide new homes across the district.
An image relating to Man fined for fly-tipping five times in five weeks
A man who fly-tipped on five separate occasions in the space of just over a month has been fined by magistrates.
An image relating to Advice reminder for businesses trading with EU
How have the first six weeks been going? A Folkestone toy business boss explains the preparations made to meet the new challenges.
An image relating to New business hub taking shape
A building which has stood empty for more than a decade is being transformed thanks to the support of Folkestone Community Works.
An image relating to Test and Trace payment scheme extended
The government's Test and Trace Payment scheme has been extended until 31 March 2021.
An image relating to Firm appointed to deliver town centre place plan
We have appointed architecture and urbanism experts We Made That to deliver a Place Plan for Folkestone town centre.
An image relating to MyAccount continues to modernise council
More functions are to be added to MyAccount this week - making things simpler for residents and business owners when contacting the council.
An image relating to Don't dump your rubbish wherever you like
A landowner who allowed his property to be used as a fly-tipping site is facing a bill of more than £3,000.

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