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About Key Partnership Unlocks Guildhall Potential in Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre

Key Partnership Unlocks Guildhall Potential

An historic building in Newcastle town centre that holds a special place in many residents’ hearts has opened its doors to serve the public again.

The Guildhall is up and running as a community and voluntary sector hub thanks to successful partnership working between the Council and Support Staffordshire.

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Planned Parking Proposals Produce Pay-Off

New reduced parking charges in Newcastle’s town centre have resulted in a significant increase in footfall. 

The Borough Council’s Cabinet made the decision to charge only £1 after 3pm on all week days in the run up to the festive period, and have now carried that forward as part of the 2019/2020 budget and financial strategies. 

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News from Cabinet round-up 16 January 2019

Cabinet round-up 16 January 2019

Borough Growth Fund and budget proposals 2019

Cabinet members have drawn up plans for a £304,000 ”Borough Growth Fund” to drive Newcastle-under-Lyme forward and bolster key council services.

The new pot of cash has been included in draft revenue and capital budgets for the Borough Council in the financial year ahead.

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Land a Place on History Course

History fans are being invited to learn more about major landowners in Newcastle-under-Lyme during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Local historian Andrew Dobraszczyk is delivering an eight-week course focusing on the Pilkington, Booth and Ayshford-Wise families, their contribution to the local economy and changes caused by the eventual break-up of their estates.

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New Fund to Support a Growing Borough

New Fund to Support a Growing Borough

Cabinet members have drawn up plans for a £304,000 ”Borough Growth Fund” to drive Newcastle-under-Lyme forward and bolster key council services.

The new pot of cash has been included in draft revenue and capital budgets for the Borough Council in the financial year ahead.

Money would be allocated towards areas identified as corporate priorities in the authority’s recently unveiled Council Plan and include:-

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