Dover news from 2011
- With Christmas just around the corner, and an exciting year ahead for the district, the Dover Quality Bus Partnership is welcoming news that as part of the partnership, Dover District Council has funded 23 new bus shelters across the area over the last two years.
- With 156 cruise calls, the 2012 cruise season is going to be another successful year for Dover Cruise Port. More than 250,000 passengers will experience the high quality facilities and services available at the cruise terminals and the wonderful attractions on offer.
- Police are appealing for information about a man believed to have been in Dover recently who is wanted on prison recall.
- As a special boost for communities at this time of the year, Dover District Council is offering free parking on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 December in all DDC owned car parks across the district.
- The Yacht Harbour Association has announced that Dover Marina has again qualified for 5 Gold Anchors after its recent assessment.
- Dover District Council is welcoming major news that the Government has given the go ahead for Dover's second ferry terminal.
- In what is being described as a significant vote of confidence in the strategic direction of the UK's busiest trust port, the Government has today formally given the go ahead for Dover's second ferry terminal (Terminal 2).
- Dover District Council is welcoming the success of the major new recycling service that continues to roll out across the area - and is thanking householders for their support as recycling rates have already hit 45%.
- Following the recent signing of legal agreements, planning applications have been submitted today by Bond City for the major multi million pound redevelopment of the St James' area of Dover.
- Dover District Council and Kent County Council are welcoming major news that this year's Open Championship delivered a massive £77 million boost to Kent, according to latest research announced yesterday.