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4:30pm Wed Aug 14, 2013
Newark and Sherwood District Council planning committee was unable to visit the site at Lockwell (...)
(...) in place or approved and yet to be built. Rufford and Eakring parish councils opposed the turbine because it would be close to the road and have (...)
0:00am Fri Jan 09, 2009
own councillors have objected to plans for a gipsy caravan site in Ollerton. (...)
he plans for seven caravans at The Paddock, Newark Road, Wellow Green, prompted opposition from Ollerton and Boughton Town Council’s planning committee.
(...) were due to start at nursery in September. Newark and Sherwood District Council will decide the application. (...)
5:01pm Thu Mar 11, 2010
(...) and Sherwood District Council’s cabinet has supported the option for a 24/7 emergency unit at Newark Hospital. (...)
(...) the council said the indication by the chairman of the trust, Mr Tom Fremantle, that the resources saved could be spent in Newark in (...)
(...) Newark in other ways was vague and did not demonstrate sufficient commitment. The council said it would not support the closure of the unit between midnight and (...)
(...) the Newark area. Mr David Payne, the council’s portfolio holder for health, said because Newark was (...)
(...) was available now. The final decision on the options for future healthcare in Newark will be made at an extraordinary PCT board meeting on June 17. The (...)
9:26am Thu Mar 18, 2010
taff at Southwell Town Council will be given a day off in recognition of the work they did (...)
(...) had done reflected well on the town. Mrs Pauline Jenkins asked if the council would close for the day. Mr John Robinson suggested staff should be given (...)
(...) extra day off to take at their discretion. Clerk Carol Standish thanked the council on behalf of the staff. (...)
8:00am Tue Mar 08, 2011
ide-ranging cuts to voluntary and community groups have been announced by Nottinghamshire County Council. (...)
(...) are Newark Emmaus Trust, which has seen its grant more than halved, and Newark Live at Home scheme, which has lost £17,000 of funding. Newark Citizens' Advice (...)
(...) leader, Mr Martin Suthers, who decides how grant aid is allocated. The council will be awarding £2,079,988 in grant aid for 2011/12 compared to £3,156,345 during (...)
(...) has set up a forum with other funding organisations in the county including district councils, the NHS and the Big Lottery Fund to share information and identify (...)
(...) and mental disabilities and people affected by domestic violence.” Mr Suthers said the council was keen to work with voluntary groups affected by the cuts to ensure (...)
4:31pm Wed Apr 27, 2011
(...) Parish Council elections for the Manvers ward have been suspended after the death of the chairman of the parish council, Mr (...)
(...) candidate, will be set in June. Mr Smith was first elected onto the council in 1974 and was elected as chairman on two separate occasions, most recently (...)
10:03am Mon Feb 27, 2012
(...) response has been sent to a Government minister who wrote to Nottinghamshire County Council over concerns about its cuts to voluntary sector funding. (...)
(...) the council leader, Mr Eric Pickles, the Communities and Local Government Secretary, said: "On the face of it, the cuts that your council have (...)
(...) aid budget for voluntary sector groups appear to be disproportionate." He asked the council to ensure its grant aid funding arrangements were in line with the Government’s (...)
(...) it was around a third, which was proportionate with other reductions the council has had to make and its reduced Government grant over the next three (...)
(...) councils and the current budget was now in line with other authorities. "The council has had to make difficult decisions with our budget due to reduced Government (...)
0:00am Fri Nov 13, 2009
he leader of the county council, Mrs Kay Cutts, said: “This is a forward-thinking budget for the future. We (...)
(...) been elected to make them. We will deliver our promise and freeze council tax next year — it will not go up. “It is important that (...)
(...) that no county council youth centres will close or have their hours reduced. The council runs youth centres (...)
3:19pm Wed Aug 21, 2013
round £900 is to be spent by Southwell Town Council to tackle damage caused by the July floods.
he council has already paid £450 to remove a hedge, which fell down near the (...)
(...) Carol Standish, said the money was spent with the approval of the council’s chairman, Mrs Sue Rodgers. Carol Standish said: “The hedge was dangerous. I had (...)
9:00am Thu Dec 08, 2011
(...) Association Of Great Britain are making increasing numbers of applications to Nottinghamshire County Council to create, recognise, modify, or delete footpaths and bridleways. There are accusations that (...)
(...) pass through 15 gardens as ridiculous and unnecessary. He said: “It seems the council is constrained by the law of the time rather than common sense.” The (...)
(...) former Sherwood MP, Mr Paddy Tipping, president of the Ramblers’ Association of Nottinghamshire. Mr Tipping said: “I am very happy to meet the county council and (...)
(...) that far away so people continue to make claims.” He said the county council had cut spending on footpaths by £250,000 in the past two years and (...)
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