Welcome to Broadstairs & St Peter's
Putting People First
Broadstairs & St. Peter’s is a picturesque town with a vibrant community, staging many activities and festivities.
The Town Council aims to support and strengthen the community, and help to bring continued prosperity to the town.
If you would like to vote on a local issue raised by the community or by the Town Council, or you would like to ask for votes on a local issue that you care about, why not try our online consultation facility at www.voxup.co.uk/CT10?
All fireworks displays are weather permitting and timings may vary on the evening.
Kent Police Halloween and Bonfire Night Advice
Kent Police - Say Yes to Trick and Treaters Poster
Kent Police - Say No to Trick and Treaters Poster
Tender Application Form
Label for fixing to Tender Application Envelope
Neighbourhood Plan for Broadstairs and St Peter's.
We have completed Stage One: Getting Established.
Thanet District Council's cabinet designated the area for the Broadstairs and St Peter's Neighbourhood Plan in June 2015.
Thank you to everyone who responded to the District Council consultation on the designation area for the Neighbourhood Plan.
The Town Council's own consultation showed that 92% of respondents thought the Neighbourhood Plan area should be the same as the boundary of the parish of Broadstairs and St. Peter's.
For an interactive map, showing the Broadstairs and St. Peter's Parish Boundary, please click here and follow the blue "map" link.
What happens next?
The Neighbourhood Plan Sub-Committee meets monthly to work on the Neighbourhood Plan in the Council Chamber, Pierremont Hall.
If you are interested in joining or just want to find out more, please contact the Town Council office.
For information on the Neighbourhood Plan, and how it could make our lovely town even better, click here.
We need your help!
The Neighbourhood Plan is all about preserving what is so good about our town and trying to improve it for the future.
As part of the preparation for a draft plan, significant routes throughout the town have been identified. Between early August and early September we would like people to walk these routes and fill in an evaluation checklist.
This would be done in pairs and the routes will be sub-divided, so not too long or physically demanding. If you are interested and would like further information, please contact Sue Wall at email@example.com.
Have your say on police and community safety issues.
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Please click here to read a charming write-up for our lovely town from Neil Hennessy-Vass, Food and Travel Writer and Photographer
In the summer of 2015, the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) chose us as their Council of the Week!
To read the online article about our selection, please click here.
Our beautiful Thanet coastline can now be viewed in this promotional video!
See the stunning sandy beaches and sea-carved chalk cliffs, activity havens and resort bays as you have have never seen them before.
Discover our Coast
Thanet boasts country's best beaches - Blue Flag results are in!
Thanet has once again achieved more Blue Flags for its sandy beaches than any other part of the UK, and three of those stunning beaches are in Broadstairs alone.
Seven of Thanet’s beaches will be flying the coveted Blue Flag, an international benchmark of water cleanliness and quality that is only awarded to the best beaches in the world.
Beaches awarded with a Blue Flag
this year include:
• Botany Bay (Broadstairs)
• Joss Bay (Broadstairs)
• Minnis Bay
• Ramsgate Main Sands
• St Mildred’s Bay
• Stone Bay (Broadstairs)
• West Bay
Viking Bay (Broadstairs) also received a Seaside Award, as well as Margate Main Sands and Westbrook Bay.
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