Tag: Stafford Borough Council
The streets of Stafford could be flooded with more free car parking spaces under plans unveiled to councillors.
Double yellow lines could be scrubbed from a number of town centre streets to create extra spaces in a bid to boost local trade.
An 81-year-old who ran the Stafford Half Marathon in memory of his late wife, has been honoured for his achievement
Gordon Woodlands completed the 13 miles in less than two and a half hours.
Staffordshire County Council has been given the green light for a new business park to be built in Stafford.
The £8.5million investment will provide up to 2,500 new jobs and will be situated at Redhill, off the A34 in Stafford.
Footballers in Stafford are being given the chance to try out a new state-of-the-art pitch for free.
The 3G floodlit surface at Rowley Park Sports Stadium is part of an £800,000 makeover which has included improvements to car parks, tennis courts and changing rooms.
Pictures of rubbish dumped in Stafford have been published online.
Stafford Borough Council has introduced the rogues gallery as part of a bid to cut fly-tipping in the area.
An MP’s decision to set up a new group to look into the review of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust has been backed by Stafford Borough Council’s leader.
The group will work alongside the probe of Stafford Hospital by health watchdog Monitor.
A Stafford service to remember those killed in conflicts around the world is set to be moved after a rise in the number of people attending.
The Remembrance Sunday Service had previously been held at St Mary’s Church, but will now take place in Victoria Square.
A man has been fined after failing to clean up his dog’s mess from a football pitch in Stone.
Magistrates heard Nigel Green let his black Labrador dog off its lead at Westbridge Park, where it was seen defecating on the grass behind one of the goalposts in the park.
Drivers in Stafford have been handed fewer parking fines than last year, according to new figures.
Motorists in the area were handed eight per cent less tickets than in the same period in 2011 – despite a five per cent increase in the number of vehicles using car parks owned by Stafford Borough Council.
A Stafford takeaway owner has been banned from running a food business.
Nural Rashid, of Aldersleigh Drive, was given a food hygiene prohibition order by Magistrates in Stafford after admitting seven breaches of regulations at his Akash takeaway on Newport Road.