Borough Council of Wellingborough

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News published April 2016

  • Council prosecutes noisy neighbour

    Published 28 April 2016

    A persistent noisy neighbour in Wellingborough has been ordered to pay a total of £975 in fines, costs, and victim surcharges, after being found guilty of breaching a noise abatement notice.

  • Public Local Inquiry Notice

    Published 28 April 2016

    On 12 October 2015 the Council made a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) to secure the necessary land and estates and interests in land required to facilitate the implementation of a further phase of the Stanton Cross strategic urban extension.

  • Mayor of Wellingborough 2016-17

    Published 20 April 2016

    Councillor Malcolm Waters has been announced as the new Mayor of Wellingborough. His wife Councillor Veronica Waters will be his Mayoress. Cllr Waters has been an active borough councillor for over 30 years in Wellingborough.

  • THE QUEEN’S 90TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS IN WELLINGBOROUGH

    Published 20 April 2016

    The Mayor of Wellingborough, Councillor Barry Graves, is pleased to announce plans to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen‟s 90th birthday in Wellingborough.

  • Have your say on the Emerging Draft Plan for the Borough of Wellingborough

    Published 15 April 2016

    Members of the public are being invited to have their say on the council’s new local plan. The council is reviewing its local plan which will guide decisions on planning applications across the borough. It sets out how and where homes, jobs, green spaces, shops and infrastructure will be delivered up to 2031.

  • The Castle Update

    Published 07 April 2016

    “The council has been advised that The Castle Wellingborough Limited has submitted a Notice of Intention to Appoint an Administrator to the High Court.

  • The Castle Theatre update

    Published 06 April 2016

    After the decision made by councillors on 22 March to terminate the contract with The Castle Wellingborough Ltd, and put in place an exit management plan until the end of September, their focus has now turned to the future.

  • Countdown to compulsory dog microchipping

    Published 01 April 2016

    Wellingborough Council in partnership with Wood Green, The Animal Charity, are reminding all dog owners of the change in legislation regarding microchipping.

  • Name for Wellingborough crematorium decided

    Published 01 April 2016

    Councillors have agreed on the trading name for Wellingborough crematorium at Wednesday evening’s Resources meeting at Swanspool House.

  • Charities set to benefit from Waendel Weekend

    Published 01 April 2016

    Thousands of pounds will be raised for good causes next month as hundreds of walkers and swimmers take part in the Waendel Weekend for charity. The popular event, which attracts thousands of people from around the world, has a long history of fundraising. People taking part in walks that range from 5km up to a marathon-distance 42km can be sponsored for completing the course, with all money raised being donated to their favourite worthwhile cause.