This month sees the Canterbury Connected BID (Business Improvement District) celebrate its first anniversary. The initiative has seen the introduction of Christmas lights, deep cleaning for city centre streets, floral displays and hanging baskets (which helped the city win its first gold award in the South and South East in Bloom (small city) competition), and the appointment of three BID ambassadors to patrol Canterbury city centre.
With a successful track record of completed projects, and an able board headed by Chairman Clive Relf, the BID scheme is in good shape as it heads into its second year.
Road marking works on A2, between Canterbury and Dover
Works, due to start on Monday 2 November will require full closure overnight, in...
Water main upgrade in St George’s Street, Canterbury
Notice of work to install a new pipe, will take place along St George’s Street...