News published March 2015
‘No feeding’ signs aim to prevent spread of verminPublished Thursday 19 March 2015
New signs are discouraging people from feeding wildlife along a river in Market Harborough in a bid to prevent the spread of vermin.
Agencies unite to prevent child exploitationPublished Wednesday 18 March 2015
Councils, police, the NHS and safeguarding boards across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are joining forces to back the first ever national child sexual exploitation awareness day.
Join the big spring clean - 21 MarchPublished Tuesday 17 March 2015
A big spring clean is taking place on Saturday and people are invited to get involved and help tackle ‘grot-spots’.
Business Continuity Awareness WeekPublished Monday 16 March 2015
Agencies across Leicestershire are supporting this year’s Business Continuity Awareness Week to help businesses prepare themselves in the event of a significant or unexpectected incident or event.
New pension laws affecting local businessesPublished Monday 9 March 2015
Local businesses are being urged to attend a FREE event offering advice on important new pension obligations affecting all employers.
Funding to provide apprenticeship opportunitiesPublished Thursday 5 March 2015
Move over Lord Sugar, the district council is looking to take on apprenticeships and is encouraging other organisations and businesses to do the same.
Views are being sought on open spacesPublished Wednesday 4 March 2015
New ‘greenways’, to enhance existing walking and cycling routes, are among ideas being considered as part of an open spaces consultation.
Nearly 1,500 new homes, plus new amenities, for Market Harborough approvedPublished Tuesday 3 March 2015
Plans to build nearly 1,500 new homes on the edge of Market Harborough have been approved.