Monthly Archives: May 2015

Invicta East Kent Athletic Club

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Lost locket. Can you help?

Lyn Hughes recently visited Canterbury staying at the Pilgrim’s Hotel for five days. When she returned home she found that she had lost a precious locket. The locket is double sided, glass and has a ... read more
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The Local Plan: an Introduction

All Districts are required by law to have a plan for housing and general development. Canterbury produced one in 2006 but this was overtaken by legislative developments. Thus, under the Labour government ... read more
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What is ACRA?

ACRA owes its existence to concerns about the City Council’s plans for largescale housing development in Canterbury. This led a number of residents’ associations (RAs) in South Canterbury to come together ... read more
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The Local Plan: Open Spaces

Where the Council’s draft Open Spaces strategy is concerned, ACRA finds it strong on nationally agreed policies and good intentions, but weak on detail, funding and other key issues. Many of the ... read more
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Westgate Parks

Westgate Parks are four distinctly different landscape character areas. Together they form a delightful stretch of recreational land which follows the Great Stour River from the heart of Canterbury’s busy ... read more
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The Local Plan: ACRA’s response

ACRA, (Alliance of Canterbury Residents’ Associations) which represents twenty residents’ groups across the city, has just submitted its views to the City Council on the Revised Draft Local Plan and the ... read more
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