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  • Rutland County Council to pay £8,000 to investigate Anti-Corruption Party

    By Sharon_LP at 17:31 on 16/11/12
    Rutland County Council to investigate Anti-Corruption Party.
    There seems to be a lot of noise about Rutland County Council's decision to carry out 'an independent report into the actions of the Rutland Anti-Corruption Party', following approval at full council meeting on Monday 12 November. Having failed to find the minutes on RCC's website that the decision was based on - not a critisism, just a lot of information, Twitter provided me with enough detail to locate them - Minutes of Full Council...
  • How Rutland County Council wil use £4M Transport Grant

    By nora_hs at 16:04 on 13/10/12
    Rutland County Council's plans for £4M Transport Grant
    This week Rutland County Council released more details about a tourist bus and employment shuttle being launched as part of the successful £4 million transport bid. Both services will start in April 2013 after Councillors voted to accept the conditions of the grant funding awarded earlier this year. Tourist Bus The intention is that the Tourism bus will operate 7 days a week on an hourly basis linking sites around Rutland Water...
  • Who should qualify for local authority housing in Oakham?

    By nora_hs at 14:08 on 02/10/12
    Who should qualify for local authority housing in Oakham, Rutland?
    Rutland County Council wants to know what you think about how people on the housing list should be prioritised. The council is responsible for managing the housing list which is used to decide who gets priority when a housing association property (such as the former council homes now owned and managed by Spire) becomes available. Consultation runs until 22 October and includes public information sessions at:-  Ryhall Library...
  • RUTWEL - Adult Community Support Service celebrates anniversary

    By nora_hs at 10:17 on 02/10/12
    Rutland County Council Team Manager for Inclusion, Emma-Jane Perkins with Paula Howkins, Rutwel.
    Rutwel, a community based support service for adults with learning disabilities, is celebrating the first anniversary of its relocation to Victoria Hall, Oakham with a week-long art exhibition.   Roger Begy, Leader of Rutland County Council and Jim Telling, Secretary to the Trustee's of Victoria Hall, cut the ribbon to open the exhibition, which displays some of the marvellous work that Rutwel members have accomplished.  If...
  • Consultation taking place on conserving Rutland Villages

    By nora_hs at 09:37 on 01/09/12
    Consultation taking place on conservation areas in Ashwell, Rutland.
    Residents who live in Ashwell and Whitwell in Rutland are being encouraged to have their say about how to best protect the appearance of their village. Rutland County Council is seeking views on possible changes to the Conservation Areas which are already in place throughout both villages (Whitwell since 1979 and Ashwell since 1999). The purpose of a conservation area is not to prevent development but to make sure that any changes...

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