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Podcast: People could lose their homes if South East Water plans for a reservoir near Canterbury are given the go ahead

People living on the site of a proposed reservoir near Canterbury could lose their homes if the plans are approved.
South East Water want to build the facility at Broad Oak to meeting increasing demand for supplies.

Hear from a lady who would have to move but says she can’t afford to stay living in the area.
Also in today’s podcast, a report’s revealed a ‘catalogue of errors’ left a Kent man ‘free’ to kill Zara Aleena in London just nine days after he was released from prison.
Jordan McSweeney, who used to live in Rochester, had his licence revoked for not going to meetings about his return to the community but his recall to jail was delayed.
A campaign is under way to save 35 children’s centres across Kent, which are at risk of closure.
The county council’s considering selling off the buildings as part of plans to save millions of pounds.
A Kent couple say they’re at “breaking point” after living with bed bugs for years.
Sally and Fred Matthews blame the problem on work done by a housing association and have called to be moved elsewhere. Hear from them and the response from MHS Homes.
A Kent MP’s been leading a debate into the future of nuclear power in part of the county.
Dungeness B power station has been in the process of being de-fuelled since 2021 after operators EDF Energy decided not to restart the plant.
The KentOnline podcast has been told passengers flights from Kent to holiday hotspots like Spain and the Canary Islands could be taking off within the next five years.
The people overseeing the relaunch of Manston airport in Thanet say they’re going to resume talks with big-name budget airlines.
And, there’s been a rather spooky discovery under the flood of a shop in Maidstone high street.
The secret crypts could date back as far as 1331.