Kent Bus Feedback Portal

During last summer’s Big Conversation with residents, many people told us that they didn’t know who to give feedback to about bus services. To make this clearer, we have launched a Bus Feedback Portal. It includes information about how to make a formal complaint or compliment about bus services and who to contact in the […]

KCC newsletter from Geoff Lymer

‘New Year, New You’ is the national campaign now underway with support in Kent to raise awareness of key lifestyle behaviours – such as smoking, drinking too much alcohol, inactivity and unhealthy eating – their effect on people’s health and the support available. Drinking too much, smoking, inactivity and poor diets can have long term effects […]

Consultation on Libraries, Registration and Archives

A consultation started today on the draft Kent County Council Libraries, Registration and Archives strategy for the next three years, including a proposal to tier libraries and review library opening hours. As you may have seen in the local media, Kent County Council is looking at the future direction of Library, Registration and Archive services so […]

KCC Newsletter from Geoff Lymer

KCC responds to government consultation into non-hydraulic fracturing. Plans to remove the need for planning permission to explore for shale gas and to make production proposals, for the government to determine, have been rejected by Kent County Council. KCC has recently responded to two government consultations as to whether to allow non-hydraulic fracturing exploration under Permitted Development […]

KCC Newsletter from Geoff Lymer

Budget Consultation.  This month Kent County Council launches its annual budget consultation with the endeavour to continue to protect the complex services it provides, particularly those that support the most vulnerable in our communities, both young and old, whilst continuing to support economic growth to make Kent a great place to live, work and enjoy. […]