Bassetlaw District Council is continuing to make Worksop a safer place by installing three more CCTV Refuge Points for people to use if they feel unsafe, threatened, or need urgent help.
A statement from Cllr James Naish, Leader of Bassetlaw District Council on the emerging situation at Wilko.
Residents, businesses and visitors who want to learn more about Bassetlaw District Council’s plans to regenerate the Priory Centre have been dropping into a new Engagement Hub.
There is a Statutory Requirement for the District Council to undertake a review of their Policy Statement under the Licensing Act 2003
Micro-businesses in Bassetlaw with less than 10 employees are now eligible to apply for grants of up to £3,000 to spend on decarbonisation initiatives that would make their company greener and improve the natural environment, whilst growing the local economy.
A hat-trick of Bassetlaw football clubs have been honoured for their trophy winning success at an event hosted by Bassetlaw District Council, as well as one of Worksop’s most well-known sports people.
Bassetlaw’s Local Plan has reached the final stage of consultation after the independent Planning Inspectors issued their findings, following the conclusion of the public hearings in January this year.
Bassetlaw District Council has recognised the commitment and service of two of its former leaders with the title of Honorary Alderman.
The owner of a Worksop town centre take-away business has received a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay more than £5,500 in costs after putting the safety of his customers, staff and the public at risk
Bassetlaw District Council has added a collection of seven brand-new homes to its housing stock that will provide much needed affordable housing for local people.
Bassetlaw District Council has allocated £160,000 to projects to provide additional support to our communities through the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, as part of its early preparations for a potentially difficult winter.
A driver has been ordered to pay a fine of £440, costs of £886 and a victim surcharge of £176 for disposing of litter onto a road from his car window.