Medway1

The towns of Strood, Rochester, Gillingham, Chatham and Rainham form Medway, in Kent, a city in all but name. Every year since 2008 Medway1 magazine has documented the multi-billion pound regeneration programme led initially by Medway Renaissance Urban Regeneration Company and then by Medway Council.

Now published twice a year, each issue is marked by a networking event that brings together the Medway development community in London or in Kent.

Together with a weekly-updated website and a quarterly email newsletter, Medway1 spearheads the council's communications to established and prospective investors, detailing developments and opportunties against a backdrop of infrastrucutre improvements and thriving arts, cultural and entrepreneurial scenes.

Newsletter archive

Testimonials

"Medway1 magazine is informative and professional - we are delighted with the quality and the response we have received."

Crest Nicholson
Managing Director
Steve Jones

"I was impressed with the presentation and contents of issue one."

Niall Logan
Partner
Nabarro LLP

"Mott MacDonald has supported Medway1 since its inception. Not only are we able to demonstrate our commitment to Medway Council and their regeneration programme, but Medway1 also gives Mott MacDonald a platform from which to highlight our work nationally. Medway1 sponsorship is good value and that is why we plan to continue in issue three."

Stephen Coker
Director
Mott MacDonald

"We are happy to sponsor Medway1. It strengthens our partnership with Medway Council."

Gary Clark
Operations director
MHS Homes

"The event was excellent last night; very well organised and attended. Thanks again to Natasha and the team for their efforts."

Anita Glover
Head of communications
MHS Homes

"Very good evening for us all round. Many thanks."

Cllr Alan Jarrett
Leader
Medway Council

"Your team were superb! They're always very professional and engaging... We were really pleased with how the event went, and my inbox is blocked with follow-up emails."

Richard Hicks
Director Regeneration, Community and Culture
Medway Council

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