A leisure complex in Tonbridge could be knocked down after it was deemed ‘not fit for purpose’.
Council bosses are looking at replacing the Angel Centre with a completely new building. Hear from leader Matt Boughton.
Also in today’s podcast, the Prime Minister has survived a vote on his Rwanda asylum policy.
The bill’s passed to the next stage with a majority of 43, but still has a number of hurdles to overcome. Hear what Dover’s Natalie Elphicke had to say during a debate, and we’ve got reaction from Ashford’s Damian Green.
Medway is getting a share of £5 million of funding to bring historic buildings back to life.
The money will help the council take over dilapidated old sites between Rochester and Chatham and create valuable spaces for the community.
Business owners in Whitstable have told the podcast they won’t survive if plans to hike parking fees go ahead.
The proposals by Canterbury City Council would see the hourly rate at the town’s two main sites rise to £3.70.
A petition against plans for a new bus route through Dover has been handed in to Parliament.
700 people have signed it – urging the council to re-think the Fastrack proposals which pass an historic church.
And, if the weather’s ok you might see a meteor shower in Kent tonight.
It’s called Geminid and is one of the most active of the year with up to 100 meteors an hour.