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How Can We Get Local Action On The Sustainable Development Goals?

Come and share ideas on Friday 30th November at Canterbury Christ Church University. This event will focus on how Canterbury can benefit from implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The evening will begin with a talk by Evert Bessemans, from Sint-Truiden, a city roughly the same size as Canterbury,…

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Canterbury Society Design Awards 2018

Following the success of the first biennial Design Awards in 2016, the Canterbury Society is now calling for nominations for our Design Awards 2018. The Canterbury Society Design Awards aim to recognise and celebrate buildings, spaces and places that are loved by our community. The Awards will celebrate projects nominated…

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The Society’s Annual Report 2017-2018

ACTIVITIES OVER THE PAST YEAR The Canterbury Society committee works hard to respond to the interests of our members, to comment on developments taking place in the city and to work with other residents’ groups and with partners who share our concerns. PLANNING  Members of the committee have commented on…

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Warning of Thefts of Boot Scrapers

We have been warned about an outbreak of thefts of cast iron boot scrapers from beside the front doors of historic houses.  Boot scrapers are very much part of the traditional street scene. We are grateful to the St Peter’s Residents’ Association for warning us about this crime.  They have…

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Protecting Our Heritage: Recent Actions by The Canterbury Society

The Canterbury Society, apart from commenting on major planning applications, keeps an eye on the condition of the City’s  heritage built environment.  A recent case (EN/00269/HP) which has been causing concern is the state of two adjoining buildings in St. Peter’s Street,  i.e. Holland & Barrett and Tui.  These are…

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Conservation Historic Building Stock

The Canterbury Society has, for the last eighteen months, become increasingly concerned about the rapidly deteriorating condition of two adjoining buildings in the High Street – namely the Holland & Barrett shop and what is now the Tui Travel Agency. The gutter between the adjoining roofs has been gradually building…

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