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ABOUT GET INVOLVED     12 February 2014
Latest News
Airport masterplan cleared for take-off
 
Medway Council has endorsed a long-term masterplan for the future of Rochester Airport, which includes the creation of an 11.7 hectare hub for science and technology firms expected to create 1,000 jobs.
Ministers whittle down Thames crossing shortlist
 
The government is to put further work into proposals for a possible new Thames crossing linking the M2 near Rochester with Essex, transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin has announced.
Funding confirmed for Medway UTC
 
Plans for the construction of a £10 million University Technical College (UTC) at Chatham Docks are set to progress, following confirmation from the government that it will fund the purchase of the preferred site.
Job-creation figures 'treble' target level
 
Almost 200 new jobs were created in Medway during the first six months of the current financial year, according to figures from investment agency Locate in Kent.
Big guns join Medway round table event
 
Medway's superb location is what will bring commuters and employers to the area, according to a panel representing housebuilders, advanced manufacturing, the further education sector and the council leader and executives.
Town makes national job-growth rankings
 
Chatham is one of the nation's top performers in terms of private-sector jobs growth, according to new research.
New landing stages installed at Sun Pier
 
Chatham's historic Sun Pier has been given a new lease of life with the installation of new walkways and landing stages that will return it to its former glory.
Creative Residency launched
 
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in Rochester has launched a “Creative Residency” initiative to encourage more projects to be led by guest artists and designers.
Council starts work on new Local Plan
 
Medway Council has announced that it is starting work on a new Local Plan after a site in Lodge Hill earmarked for a 5,000-home development was declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Housing group raises charity funds
 
Independent housing group mhs homes has raised more than £6540 for two local charities by organising a 'sponsored sleep out' event to spread awareness about homelessness.
Sponsors

Asda

Bellway Homes

Berkeley First

Berkeley Group

Canterbury Christ Church University

Countryside Properties

Harrisons Chartered Surveyors

Lafarge Tarmac

Medway Council

MHS Homes

Morgan Timber

Mott MacDonald

Redrow Homes

Strood Academy

University of Greenwich

University of Kent

University of the Creative Arts

Sponsors
AsdaBellway HomesBerkeley FirstBerkeley GroupCanterbury Christ Church University
Countryside PropertiesHarrisons Chartered SurveyorsLafarge TarmacMedway CouncilMHS Homes
Morgan TimberMott MacDonaldRedrow HomesStrood AcademyUniversity of Greenwich
University of KentUniversity of the Creative Arts
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