Rising house prices in herne bay

Alice Holt made this Freedom of Information request to Canterbury City Council

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Dear Canterbury City Council,
Can you please explain rising house prices in herne bay during a tough time for everyone. How do expect locals to stay in the town? When they cannot get London wages.

Yours faithfully,
Victoria

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Reference: 10596

Title: Rising house prices in Herne Bay

Date of reply: 08 April 2021

Request:

Can you please explain rising house prices in herne bay during a tough
time for everyone. How do expect locals to stay in the town? When they
cannot get London wages.

Our response:

Canterbury City Council do not have responsibility for setting private
house sale prices for the district, as such we would be unable to comment
on the rising cost of housing as this does not represent information we
hold as defined by the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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