Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business
Canterbury 4 Business

Kent’s first-ever medical school

C4B Chairman - Paul Barrett

It’s great news that the University of Kent and Canterbury Christchurch University have won their bid for funding to provide Kent’s first-ever medical school, which will see its first intake of students in September 2019. Next year will also see businesses in Canterbury decide whether they want the city’s BID (business improvement district) initiative to continue for another five-year term. The current BID’s remit includes working to improve the city centre environment, helping promote Canterbury, supporting business activities and influencing steering groups and forums. Over the next fourteen months, the BID team will be visiting all the 650 paid-up levy payers to find out what they would like a ‘BID 2’ to achieve, before a postal ballot is held in June/July 2019. More details will be available at the BID conference on 27 September. For details, contact Lisa Carlson, Chief Executive –lisa.carlson@canterburybid.co.uk.

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