2 October 2017 Apprentices taken on to help maintain housing stockRead the full story
TWENTY-THREE apprentices who have completed their training with Leicester City Council have now been taken on permanently.
15 September 2017 Council begins next steps for new Waterside schoolRead the full story
PLANS for a new school in Leicester’s Waterside area are set to move forward, with a neighbouring school site earmarked for conversion into an early years centre.
11 September 2017 Exhibitions give information about Local PlanRead the full story
PEOPLE will be able to find out more about the new Local Plan covering planning and development in Leicester over the coming 15 years at two events this week.
11 September 2017 Council moves forward with plans to transform St George’s churchyardRead the full story
FINAL plans have been revealed for a major revamp of a 19th century churchyard located at the heart of Leicester’s Cultural Quarter.
7 September 2017 Homeowner taken to court over breach of planning permissionRead the full story
A HOMEOWNER who constructed a dormer window that didn’t meet planning regulations has been forced to take it down after the city council took legal action.
4 August 2017 Land sale will bring new post office to The ExchangeRead the full story
LEICESTER City Council is set to sell a half-acre plot of land in Eyres Monsell to a local developer to support the creation of a new post office.
26 July 2017 Consultation to begin on Local PlanRead the full story
PEOPLE are being given a chance to have their say on how planning and development takes place across Leicester over the coming decade.
12 July 2017 Tree works to be carried out in De Montfort Hall GardensRead the full story
DOZENS of overgrown shrubs and trees in the grounds of De Montfort Hall are to be pruned or removed in a bid to restore the gardens to their original early 20th century glory.
11 July 2017 Works set to restore mill’s historic façadeRead the full story
THE FAÇADE of a former textile mill in Leicester’s historic heart is to be fully restored, thanks to a grant from the Greyfriars Townscape Heritage Initiative.
27 June 2017 Jewry Wall Museum to close its doors for refurbishmentRead the full story
A MUSEUM telling the story of Leicester’s Roman history is due to close its doors next month ahead of major refurbishment works.
22 June 2017 Council to lease former tip to Waterside car recyclersRead the full story
A former city council recycling centre will be leased to the owners of a vehicle recycling plant looking to relocate from the Waterside regeneration area.
18 May 2017 Loughborough academic to deliver City Series lectureRead the full story
A Loughborough academic is set to present a City Series lecture at Leicester City Hall on Thursday 25 May.
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