Tender process launched to find operator for new leisure centre
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Dover District Council has issued an invitation to tender for an operator of its proposed new £26m Dover District Leisure Centre. The tender is being conducted under the EU Public Procurement Directives and has been advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union with a closing date of 12th May 2017.
The new Dover District Leisure Centre is proposed on a 2.1ha site in Whitfield and will feature a competition standard eight-lane swimming pool with spectator seating for 250 people, learner pool, four court sports hall, squash courts, multi-function room, fitness gym, fitness studios, clip ‘n’ climb wall, and a café. The plans also include two outdoor 3G artificial pitches for five-a-side football and a minimum of 250 parking spaces.
Following a detailed evaluation of the tenders a final decision on the operator will be made by Dover District Council’s cabinet in September 2017.
Appeal to find missing girl from Dover
Thursday, 25 May 2017
Officers are appealing for information to help locate a 15 year old girl from Dover who has been reported missing. Morgan Driscoll was last seen heading towards Sandwich on Saturday.Appeal to find missing girl from Dover
Witness appeal following burglary in Dover
Tuesday, 23 May 2017
Kent Police has released images of gold jewellery reported stolen during a burglary in Dover. The burglary is reported to have taken place at a house in Nightingale Road between 4.40pm and 5.10pm on Thursday.Witness appeal following burglary in Dover
Dover District Council elects Chairman and Vice Chairman
Friday, 19 May 2017
Dover District Council elected its Chairman and Vice Chairman for 2017/18 at the Annual Meeting of the Council on Wednesday. The Chairman of the Council is Cllr Sue Chandler and the Vice Chairman is Cllr David Hannent, both elected for the third year.Dover District Council elects Chairman and Vice Chairman