Search results for: newark sherwood district council
0:00am Fri Nov 13, 2009
he council wants to increase home care from £8.80 an hour to £12 an (...)
(...) paying more for home care than the allowances Mrs Mason received from the council for disability and incapacity.
“They are giving us it in one hand and (...)
(...) get their care free are likely to continue to do so.
The council says the actual cost of home care is £13.41 an hour on (...)
(...) also face a rise, from £2.35 to £3.95. The council says it would still subsidise this service by £800,000 a year. (...)
10:37am Fri Jan 24, 2014
(...) maintain council subsidies for part of a Sunday bus service serving villages between Newark and (...)
(...) the council chairman, Mr John Allin, to consider funding for one or two buses linking the villages with Newark on (...)
(...) a further £1.8m over the next two years.
Mr Greaves said the council was cutting high-cost services used by a low number of passengers, an average (...)
(...) but the proposals had not been confirmed.
Mr Greaves suggested Mrs Saddington ask Newark Business Club to run a bus service to the villages. (...)
11:00am Thu May 21, 2015
(...) 10, 22 AND 23
NOTICE is given that the accounts of Nottinghamshire County Council for the year ended 31 March 2015, together with all books, deeds, contracts, (...)
(...) Commission Act 1998. Those sections deal with expenditure made by the County Council which is unlawful, and any matter in respect of which the auditor could (...)
(...) be made and must send a copy of that notice to the County Council for the attention of the Corporate Director (Policy, Planning & Corporate Services & (...)
12:04pm Fri Feb 28, 2014
roposals to reduce county council spending by £83m in an effort to save up to £154m over the (...)
(...) County Council budget proposals were voted through at County Hall yesterday (February 27).
The budget will mean a 1.99% rise in council tax, (...)
(...) proposed by the Conservative opposition was voted down.
It claimed it could freeze council tax and save services including the day and youth centres and household waste (...)
He said the Conservatives would used a Government grant to pay for the council tax freeze and could make savings by outsourcing some services and making administrative (...)
(...) as the taxpayer did to earn it in the first place."
The county council has had a 21% cut in money it receives from the Government.
0:00am Fri Nov 13, 2009
obs are set to be cut at both Newark and Southwell libraries, where self-service kiosks would be installed to allow people to (...)
(...) the council says there are fewer customers.
There are also planned cuts to the mobile library service, which operates out of Newark, Balderton, (...)
5:00pm Tue Nov 05, 2013
(...) 800 jobs look set to be axed and services cut by Nottinghamshire County Council as it seeks to make savings of £154m over the next three years. (...)
(...) of more than 3,000 made when the council was Conservative controlled. The council has also implemented cuts of £180m over the (...)
(...) their priority yet they have revealed that hundreds of jobs will be lost.
"Council tax is set to rise, hitting the poorest hardest. Potholes on our roads will not (...)
(...) been honest when in charge about the challenges facing the council.
He said: "Labour councillors spent that time claiming our changes were unnecessary but their (...)
4:49pm Wed Feb 05, 2014
(...) the rebuilding of the health centre and work to refurbish the library.
The council has increased its budget to maintain noticeboards better and has put pressure on (...)
(...) the council had no control over some areas the judges criticised.
Town and borough councillor Mr (...)
1:54pm Sun Jun 01, 2014
(...) Conservatives have secured the chairmanship of the finance and policy committee on Newark Town Council. (...)
(...) chairman of planning and regeneration.
Mrs Gill Dawn continues as leader of the council with Mr Kevin Clayton deputy. Mr Stuart Wallace is deputy leader of the (...)
7:18am Thu Jan 16, 2014
he article, Council Puts Off Decision On Turbines (Advertiser, December 19) left me with a feeling (...)
(...) don’t think it is our problem.”
The article finished by stating that “the council agreed it needed definitive facts and figures before making a decision”.
Maybe I (...)
(...) Climate Change displays online a map of the UK showing average wind speeds.
Councillors could easily see that the average wind speed in this area is in the (...)
(...) will deliver an average of between 90watts and 377 watts to each household.
Councillors should ask themselves if they want to be associated with money-making schemes that are (...)
(...) Europe’s wind farms, is set to open ten new coal-fired power stations.
Councillors, please take note. (...)
10:18am Thu Aug 29, 2013
wo major road issues were highlighted to a Nottinghamshire County Council committee chairman as he walked around Southwell to examine problems raised by politicians (...)
(...) spoke with flooding victims to discuss how to improve defences and how the council could be more proactive to prevent flash-flooding.
Mr Greaves said: “I have listened (...)