Podcast: Kent project dubbed ‘mini Center Parcs’ set to have more than 200 holiday homes

Planning papers reveal a divisive seafront development dubbed a “mini Center Parcs” could have up to 220 holiday homes.

New documents show the scale of the bold proposals to turn Hythe Golf Club into a lakeside tourist destination.

Also in today’s podcast, hear from police officers who have been on patrol tackling violence against women in Canterbury.

Operation Vigilant is a special mission to find men displaying signs of predatory behaviour, such as sexual harassment, inappropriate touching and loitering.

Drone and police dogs are being used to try and hunt down burglars who stole £14,000 worth of silver bullion and coins in Kent. 

The intruders scaled a fence at the private residence while the owners were watching television upstairs. 

A former nightclub in Chatham could be transformed into even more apartments than planned after developers resubmitted proposals for a new housing project.

61 flats could now be built  on the site of Krystals Nightclub and Vanity Bar which shut in the summer of 2013.

And in sport, Gillingham head coach Stephen Clemence insists captain Shaun Williams remains part of their plans.

The Gills skipper hasn’t been named in the squad in their last two league games and the 37-year-old has only featured as a substitute in two FA Cup fixtures.