Posts Tagged ‘Dover District Council’

Super Saturday in Dover

On Saturday 4 August, everyone is invited to watch all the latest action from the London 2012 Games on Dover’s Big Screen as athletes compete for twenty-five Olympic Golds – the most glittering and exciting day of the Games. Olympic themed games, activities and performances will bring the Market Square  to life from 11am to […]

Council Tax Decision in Dover

The average total Council Tax bill for households in Dover District is to increase by 0.54% for the next financial year. Dover District Council agreed Council Tax levels at its meeting yesterday (7 March), and confirmed that the District Council part of the bill is to increase by 3.45% – or less than 11p a […]

Olympic Torch Celebrations – Exciting Opportunities For Local Catering Companies

Dover District Council is offering the unique and exciting opportunity for outdoor catering companies to apply for catering concessions at the Dover Seafront Olympic Torch Celebration Event on Wednesday 18 July. DDC is offering up to seven catering spaces for this event, with consideration given to those tenders using locally sourced produce in their final […]

Dover District Council comment on Sea France News.

The Leader of Dover District Council has expressed concern at news that SeaFrance is to shed 127 jobs in East Kent following news yesterday that the ferry firm was liquidated by a French court and told to cease activity. Cllr Paul Watkins, Leader of Dover District Council said: “We are very concerned at the impact […]

Free Parking From Dover District Council

As a special boost for communities at this time of the year, and looking forward to the range of celebrations in a very special new year, Dover District Council is offering free parking on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 December in all DDC owned car parks across the district. This offer does not include on-street […]

Dover Council Welcomes latest news on the expansion of the Port of Dover

Dover District Council is welcoming major news that the Government has this week given the go ahead for Dover’s second ferry terminal. The Port of Dover has said that approving the £400m scheme will, when market conditions require its construction, effectively double the capacity of Dover’s ferry port. The approval of the Harbour Revision Order […]