Three independent traders in Newcastle-under-Lyme who have been the victims of robberies just 24-hours apart claim the council have shown ‘no compassion’.
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Newcastle-under-Lyme residents are unhappy with the response to smells coming from Walleys Quarry Landfill site despite a community meeting.
Newcastle-under-Lyme residents are still unhappy with the recycling system, despite new changes being introduced.
The new recycling structure was introduced in July 2016 to make it easier for residents to recycle, while also boosting recycling rates and saving the council £500,000 a year.
Dog fouling affects many people on their daily walk and with low numbers of prosecutions, there is no sign of the problem disappearing in North Staffordshire. Between April 2015 and January 2016 there were just four cases of dog fouling offences listed by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council. One case was withdrawn and the others are still pending.
A 19th century church is set to have new life breathed into it if plans for apartments get the go-ahead.
Plans to turn Wood Lane Methodist Church in the mining village of Wood Lane near Audley into four two-bed apartments have been submitted to Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council Planning Committee.
Furious residents are fighting plans to redevelop the former St Giles and St Georges School in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
A petition with more than 1,000 signatures has been presented to the Newcastle Borough Council over fears that the plan will destroy the town’s heritage.
Newcastle celebrity Neil “Nello” Baldwin pulled in a host of household names as they watched the former circus clown being honoured with the Freedom of the Borough.
Despite concerns raised by residents about noise Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council has approved longer opening hours for the Cricketers Arms pub in May Bank.
The landlord, Stephen Dawe, faced opposition in a council meeting from householders, after applying to change the pubs licence to stay open for an extra 30 minutes to allow for drinking up time for its customers.
Councillors on the planning committee gathered last night at the Civic offices, Newcastle- under- Lyme to voice their concerns over an ‘unwanted’ cash machine on London Road, Chesterton.
Residents fighting to rescue green space near their Newcastle homes have been dealt a blow after councillors passed plans for a new care facility.
Wrekin Housing and Wilkinson Trust have been given the go ahead to build a 65-apartment home for people over 55 on green land between Brampton Road and Sandy Lane.