News published November 2019
Council issues stop notice to development workPublished Wednesday 20 November 2019
A developer at a site on Burnmill Farm is facing enforcement action following a breach of planning and complaints from neighbours.
Update on Wells Close, Claybrooke ParvaPublished Wednesday 20 November 2019
An application for a Certificate of Lawfulness has been submitted to Harborough District Council, regarding land at Wells Close, Claybrooke Parva.
Counting down to the Christmas Light Switch On and Winter Food and Drink FestivalPublished Tuesday 19 November 2019
Hundreds of people are expected to attend the annual Christmas Light Switch On and start of a three-day Food and Drink Festival which kicks off later this week.
Planning – how do you want to be involved?Published Tuesday 19 November 2019
People across the district are being invited to have their say on how the Council consults on planning and development matters.
Local sporting heroes celebratePublished Thursday 14 November 2019
Local sporting heroes were recognised at the annual Active Harborough District Sports Awards last night in an evening of celebration at Leicester Grammar School.
WW1 veteran’s ashes brought home to town cemeteryPublished Wednesday 6 November 2019
A WW1 veteran whose ashes have been unclaimed for over 60 years has been granted a final resting place with his family in a Market Harborough cemetery.
District Council has say on future plans for fire servicePublished Wednesday 6 November 2019
Harborough District Council has responded to Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service’s public consultation on the future of the service.
Free December Saturday parkingPublished Monday 4 November 2019
As the Christmas season approaches, shoppers in Harborough District can ditch their change as there will be free parking at Council-owned car parks for the four Saturdays in December.
Fly-tipping falls in district thanks to proactive campaignPublished Friday 1 November 2019
Fly-tipping has been dramatically cut in the Harborough district thanks to a Council campaign to crackdown on people dumping rubbish illegally.