An exciting package of capital projects worth £1.75 million is being delivered in Newcastle and Kidsgrove town centres in the current financial year following confirmation of a government grant designed to boost economic growth.
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A May Bank councillor who has served communities for 20 years is looking forward to his second term as Mayor of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Members voted for Cllr. John Cooper to take on the historic role once again at Wednesday night’s Annual Council meeting which normally takes place in May but was delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
An enhanced CCTV system covering Newcastle town centre has gone live.
State-of-the-art equipment, additional surveillance cameras, better quality images, wider coverage and more live monitoring at strategic times – with the potential for further expansion in other areas in the future – are key features of the new and upgraded network.
Staffordshire residents are being reminded it will be illegal from today (Monday) for most people to meet indoors or outdoors in groups of more than six.
The new “Rule of Six” law aims to bolster national efforts to contain the spread of the virus and anybody caught flouting risks a fine of £100, rising to £3,200 for repeat offences.
The new laws from today mean:
A new scheme has been launched to help home-owners make their property greener and more sustainable.
The government’s Green Homes grant scheme will provide a voucher worth £5,000 or £10,000 to help cover the cost of making energy efficient improvements such as insulating your home to reduce your energy use, or installing low-carbon heating to lower the amount of carbon dioxide your home produces.