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        25 January, 2021

        On Thursday 28 January, Cabinet members are to consider a funding support strategy which seeks to protect vital leisure services in Thanet.

        Image of a street within Ramsgate's Conservation Area
        25 January, 2021

        – Alan Baxter Ltd appointed to finalise the review of Ramsgate’s conservation area, which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary

        Cllr Rick Everitt - Leader - Labour
        22 January, 2021

        On Saturday 26 December 2020, the Government announced Ramsgate as one of 72 areas across the country to be allocated funds from the £830 million Future High Streets Fund.

        22 January, 2021

        Twelve new ‘TidyPac’ stations are being installed along Margate seafront in a partnership between the council and community litter action group, RISE UP. CLEAN UP. MARGATE (RUCU).

        21 January, 2021

        A week ago, the council set up a new team to focus entirely on Additional Restrictions Grants (ARGs). This team, which is made up of members of the council’s Finance department, will be able to ensure faster payments are made to local businesses and more timely responses to queries and appeals.

        11 January, 2021

        In order to make the application process as simple as possible, we have today (Monday 11 January 2020) published a single business grant application portal.

        7 January, 2021

        Launched in October, the Tenant and Leaseholder Service now manages all of Thanet District Council’s residential property, following the decision to deliver these services in-house. 

        6 January, 2021

        Cabinet members are to consider the significant impact of COVID-19 on the council’s finances when they meet on Thursday 14 January. 

        24 December, 2020

        The use of the Manston Airport site for holding lorries, as a result of the French border being closed recently, has caused some local disruption.

        21 December, 2020

        At 11pm on Sunday 20 December, the French Government announced that it will not accept any passengers arriving from the UK for a period of 48 hours. As a result, the Port of Dover and Channel Tunnel are closed.