Tags: News

Community Policing

The Police are making themselves more prominent in the area. The new Inspector is very keen on grass roots policing.

PCSO 6098 Lesley Richards has joined the team and replaces PCSO Matt Harburt.

The priorities for November continue to be drug supply issues within the beat area and to reduce the number of burglaries and vehicle crime across Syston, Queniborough and Thurmaston.

Join the neighbourhood link... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 10:20 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Neighbourhood Watch, Police

Temporary closure of Glebe Road on 20th November 2019

A temporary road closure is required on Glebe Road on 20th November 2019 for 1 day.

The road will be closed from its junction with Barkby Road for its entire length.

During the works, temporary 2 way traffic lights will be utilised on Barkby Road.

The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety to allow Leicestershire County Council undertake carriageway patching works.

Leicestershire... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 15 Oct 2019 17:00 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Road Closures

Charnwood Borough Council's Holiday Activity Programme

The latest holiday programme is for the October half-term and runs from Monday 14th October to Friday 18th October, 2019. Charnwood have put together an exciting programme of activities across the borough.

Below is a copy of the October holiday timetable and information on the activities:

Posted: Wed, 09 Oct 2019 13:39 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Community, Holiday Activities, Charnwood

NEW OFFICE HOURS

The Parish Office will have new opening hours with effect from 19th September (today)

Wednesday 10.00 am - 3.00 pm

Thursday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm

Posted: Thu, 19 Sep 2019 10:00 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Office Hours

Temporary road closure of service road on 16th October 2019

Temporary closure of Queniborough service road on 16th October for approximately 1 day to repair the gully in the road.

Posted: Thu, 12 Sep 2019 14:41 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Road Closures

Charnwood's "Big Switch" offers energy bills savings

Residents in Charnwood are being offered the chance to sign up to the 'Big Switch' with the possibility of saving more than £240 a year on energy bills.

The borough council has launched the Charnwood Big Switch, a collective switching scheme to help residents change energy suppliers with ease and get a better deal.

The scheme is delivered by the Council and iChoosr, an independent specialist provider... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 09:11 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Community, Charnwood

draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020

  • The Notice and the Draft Order were approved at Cabinet on July 4th 2019. These documents were then checked by legal and are now ready for distribution/publication.
  • The Street Wardens have been putting up notices at any new areas/locations to the PSPO today (August 6th)
  • the Notice and Draft Order are displayed on the Charnwood Borough Council website so that people can comment (they have up to 28 days).... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 07 Aug 2019 12:08 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Dog Control, Dogs, Consultation

Changes to bulky waste service confirmed

The Council is one of only a handful of authorities in England to currently offer a free collection for some bulky items from people's doorsteps.

Currently, Charnwood residents can request from the Council three free bulky waste collections each year and only face a charge after exceeding that amount.

The Council's Cabinet has agreed to introduce a £20 charge for each collection for up to three... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 31 Jul 2019 10:19 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Community

Hallam Homes Appeal for 220 dwellings withdrawn

Hallam Homes withdrew their Appeal to the refusal by Charnwood Borough Council's Planning Inspectorate on 3rd July 2019

Posted: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 15:03 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Planning

Planning Inspectorate dismiss Gladman Appeal for 270 houses at East Goscote

The Planning Inspectorate have dismissed the appeal to build 270 houses in East Goscote. This is down to the fact that East Goscote is another settlement and does not need a further 270 houses. Follow the link for more information.

Posted: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 14:47 by Phil Laughton

Tags: News, Planning