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        Latest news

        5 December, 2018

        Over the festive period there are changes to our office opening hours and to our waste and recycling days for some local residents. 

        4 December, 2018

        This Council has successfully prosecuted a local golf club for failing to ensure the health, safety and welfare of its employees.

        26 November, 2018

        The number of people verified as sleeping rough in Thanet has fallen by 50 per cent from 46 in 2017, to 23 in 2018. 

        15 November, 2018

        Thanet District Council has published its Local Plan submission, which was submitted to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government on 30 October 2018.

        24 October, 2018

        A London-based landlord has been successfully prosecuted for failing to comply with an Improvement Notice. 

        12 October, 2018

        Thanet RISE officially launched on Wednesday 10 October. It is a new project set up specifically to support rough sleepers in the district.

        3 October, 2018

        The Council has won an Excellence Award for its Thanet Winter Shelter project. The award was presented to the council’s Housing Team alongside partners from the Salvation Army, at the Kent Housing Group’s Excellence Awards 2018 on 19 September 2018.

        26 September, 2018

        Firefighters from Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) have been tackling a fire at the Westwood industrial estate, Enterprise Way, Margate since Saturday 15 September.

        21 September, 2018

        The Council is asking 6,000 local people to tell them what they think about the services provided and to find out what matters most as part of their annual residents’ survey.

        There has been another successful prosecution of a Thanet landlord for failing to apply for a selective licence.