Residents who are subscribed to Bassetlaw District Council’s Garden Waste Collection Service have just two collections remaining before the end of the 2021 season.
With the festive season now in full swing, Bassetlaw District Council is letting residents know about the changes to their bin collections over the Christmas Period.
We are aware of news reports and statements that have emerged today which claim that Bassetlaw District Council did not submit its bid to the Government’s Levelling Up Fund. In a response to this David Armiger, Interim Chief Executive of Bassetlaw District Council, has made the following statement:
Plans to install brand new play equipment suitable for all abilities at the award-winning Canch Park in Worksop are set to take a step forward this month. Bassetlaw District Council are seeking views on the provision of equipment designed with the less able bodied person in mind.
A new awareness campaign has launched across Worksop to help women recognise whether a taxi is licensed or illegal to reduce their risk of harm.
Today (21 December) the Chancellor has announced £1 billion in support for businesses most impacted by Omicron across the UK. The Council is waiting for further government guidance and details of the amount of funding allocated to support Business in Bassetlaw.
Bassetlaw Museum and Pilgrims Gallery will be hosting an online conference that encourages equality through exploring injustices through the lens of the Wampanoag perspective and the discrimination faced by wider groups.
Bassetlaw District Council will carry on targeting irresponsible dog owners who fail to clean up after their pets following a continuation of the Bassetlaw-wide Public Spaces Protection (Dog Control) Order.
Bassetlaw District Council has launched a consultation to seek the views of residents, businesses and other people of how its Planning Enforcement is carried out so that it can improve its response to service users across the district.