Environment and planning news
Published on Tuesday 2nd April 2013
New figures suggest the Harborough district needs to plan for more new homes over the next 30 years with people living longer and economic performance likely to remain strong.
Published on Tuesday 18th December 2012
A special event to help people influence the way their communities develop created a ‘real buzz’ said those attending.
Published on Tuesday 4th December 2012
Harborough District Council has agreed to commission a fresh study into the number of homes needed in the district.
Published on Monday 26th November 2012
Harborough District Council will consider the commissioning of a fresh study into the number of homes needed in the District when Councillors meet on 3rd December.
Published on Friday 27th July 2012
An open space, which has been transformed by volunteers into a community garden for local people, has landed a special award.
Published on Tuesday 19th June 2012
The public are being invited to share their views on future development in an area to the north-west of Market Harborough.
Published on Tuesday 24th April 2012
Councillors on the Executive of Harborough District Council have resolved to reduce levels of planning obligations to help developers of one and two dwellings.
Published on Monday 23rd April 2012
Harborough District Council is proposing to grant a 28 year lease to Harborough Youth and Community Trust for the Land at Symington’s Recreation Ground, Market Harborough.
Published on Thursday 17th November 2011
One of the most important planning documents which will help shape the future of the district has been officially adopted.
Published on Friday 13th November 2009
A planning application to locate a waste collection depot on the outskirts of Market Harborough is to be assessed by the county council.
Published on Thursday 9th July 2009
A partnership between a council and a firm of architects has been recognised with a top award.
Published on Tuesday 30th June 2009
A major public consultation is taking place to get people's views on one of the most important planning documents of recent years which will set out how the district will look over the next 20 years.