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Wincheap Planned Parking

Proposed extension of the Wincheap Park and Ride Facility to provide an additional 278 parking spaces CA//18/02551 |

This comment is submitted on behalf of the Canterbury Society, which campaigns to enhance the quality of the environment in the city. We aim to preserve and enhance Canterbury’s architecture and urban environment and its green spaces. Our principal grounds for objecting are the visual impact on a green heritage…

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FOCUS ON HOMELESSNESS AND POVERTY IN CANTERBURY and AGM 7.30 pm on Wednesday 19 June at the Friends Meeting House

Many of us are concerned about the numbers of homeless people in Canterbury and about the poverty experienced by some residents.  This evening will give us an opportunity to hear from two people who really know about the situation in the city and who have ideas about what might be…

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CELEBRATING THE WORLD HERITAGE SITE: LITTER PICK ON SUNDAY 28 APRIL

This year sees the 30th Anniversary of the designation of the World Heritage Site in Canterbury.  There will be a number of events to celebrate this important milestone in the history of the city.  In preparation for the celebrations the Canterbury Society is organising a litter pick around the World…

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HUSTINGS FOR THE LOCAL ELECTIONS: COME ALONG AND HEAR FROM THE CANDIDATES: 7.30 pm on Wednesday 17 April at the Friends Meeting House

With local elections taking place on 2nd May these Hustings will provide an opportunity to hear from the candidates, ask your questions and debate the issues.  Each of the parties fielding candidates in the election is being invited to send a representative to speak at the Hustings.  So do come…

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A NEW VISION FOR CANTERBURY: A RESIDENTS’ PLAN FOR OUR CITY 7.30 on Tuesday 12 March at St Peter’s Methodists’ Church Hall

How would you like Canterbury to develop over the next few years?  What are your hopes and fears for the city?  Over the past year the Canterbury Society has been working with other residents’ groups to develop a Vision for the future of our city which would reflect the opinions…

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