Podcast: Development of former Nasons department store in Canterbury at risk as company behind it goes into administration

The company behind a £30 million regeneration project in Canterbury has been put into administration.

It means the development of the former Nasons department store in the city is now in doubt.

As the fall out from the election betting scandal continues, the KentOnline Podcast has been hearing your thoughts about those involved.

Earlier this week the Conservatives withdrew support for two candidates under investigation for betting on the timing of the election – Labour has also made one suspension.

Meantime, With the general election just a week away, we’ve been speaking to a local pub boss about what the hospitality sector wants from the new government.

Hear from Phil Thorley who’s from Thorley Taverns in Thanet.

People in Larkfield are being asked what they think about plans for new community sports hub.

The area’s been left with a lack of facilities since the K Sports site in Ditton closed last week. The chairman of Larkfield and New Hythe Football Club says the development would be huge for the club.

A newsagents in Sevenoaks that’s been derelict for 30 years has been transformed into a sweet shop.

Zoe Barnes has been telling the podcast it’s been a lifelong ambition to open her own store.

And in sport, a Kent athlete’s been named in the Team GB bouldering squad for this summer’s Olympics.

Erin McNeice from Sittingbourne secured her place after finishing third in the finals of the qualifying series in Budapest.