This newsletter accompanies Medway1 magazine. The magazine is published annually and, in between issues, this newsletter is sent out ocasionally to keep you up-to-date with developments in Medway.
Representatives from the public, private and voluntary sectors across Medway and North Kent met in Rochester in March to discuss employment and skills initiatives.
Plans for further redevelopment in Chatham were given the go-ahead at the end of last month.
Prime minister Gordon Brown made Medway the first stop of his election campaign after traveling on the high speed train fresh from calling on The Queen to dissolve parliament.
(Sourced from Kent News.)
Leading architects, designers, regeneration chiefs and local residents are all behind Medway’s new bid to secure city status.
Nine out of 10 airlines using Heathrow Airport are opposed to mayor of London Boris Johnson's plans to build a new airport in the Thames Estuary, a council has claimed.
(Sourced from BBC News.)
Work to improve traffic jams on a busy industrial estate will start in April.
As the euro becomes more costly and plane travel loses its appeal, British travellers are rediscovering the holiday locations on their doorsteps – and the big surprise is how much some of these locations have changed.
Chatham is to get a £5 million bus station paid for by the Homes and Communities Agency out of funds earmarked for Thames Gateway regeneration projects.
Plans for a £14 million, 92-flat building at the former Ashbys Yard, on Wharf Road, were begrudgingly approved by borough councillors on Monday.