Please make every effort to be part of this consultation for another vast project which will have a big effect on London Road in lots of ways.
Thursday 20th September 16:00-19:30 – The Lounge, Clarendon Building, New England Street (aka “CCK”).
Click on the map for detailed information:
Here is a brief summary of the crime information for the past two months:
|September 2017||October 2017|
|Criminal damage and arson||3||6|
|Possession of weapons||0||3|
|Theft from the person||0||0|
|Violence and sexual offences||20||17|
Please visit https://www.police.uk/shape/AnxkDj/ for more information including outcomes for these crimes and contact information for your local policing team.
Thanks to Jim Grozier for taking notes.
From Martin Reid, Head of Housing Strategy, Property & Investment
The city has a growing private rented sector providing an important source of accommodation in the city. It can provide people with flexible, accessible and good quality homes. However, management and maintenance of the city’s private rented homes is inconsistent.
Consultation on the two schemes is taking place over the summer and closes at midnight on Sunday 10 September 2017. During that time we would like to give the opportunity for as many groups and individuals as possible to share their views.
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The trees pits and platform planters have been really beautiful this year. Bulbs we planted last year have flowered well again, and the polyanthus have been going almost all year round.
The platform planters – particularly the middle one – are brimming with spring blooms, and the scent from the skimmia japonica we planted last year is beguiling. Unfortunately, the poor skimmia keeps getting sat on and uprooted … and we’ve had to work hard on several occasions to revive it and settle it back in the soil.
A couple of weeks back, we planted lots of new polyanthus and pansies in the shady plot and in gaps in the tree pits and platform planters. So far, we’ve managed to protect…
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