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NOTICE from Leicestershire County Council

Dear Sir or Madam,

THE LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL

(DISTRICT OF BLABY) CONSOLIDATION ORDER 2017

(DESFORD ROAD, THURLASTON) (AMENDMENT 21) ORDER 202

Public Notice is to be given on 14th February 2020 of the County Council's intention to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to introduce the above-mentioned Order.

A copy of the proposed Order and a map showing the roads referred to together with a Statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Order and the intention notice are accessible here. More »

The documents available for public inspection on your notice board from Friday 14th February 2020 until Friday 6th March 2020. » Less

Posted: Fri, 07 Feb 2020 16:45 by Elaine Foxon

Blaby District Council - Residents Survey 2020

Residents survey 2020

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Residents Survey 2020

Have your say on the Council and the services it provides


We want to know what you think about our priorities, how we deliver our services and how we spend our money. The Residents Survey is your opportunity to have your say about public services in the district, including what we need to prioritise in the coming years.

What you tell us will also help to identify where we can make improvements. More »

Please complete the survey before Friday 14 February using the online form below.

Residents Survey Form

This form is also available in alternative formats and languages by request by emailing the Corporate Performance team.

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Posted: Sat, 01 Feb 2020 15:39 by Elaine Foxon

CRIME AND SAFETY

Following recent episodes within the Parish and concerns raised to the Parish Council, the local Police Sergeant attended the January Parish Council meeting and provided invaluable advices and recommendations for a safer community in which the residents of Thurlaston can, indeed, help themselves and create a safer environment.

Neighbourhood Watch

We've all heard of the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme but there is currently not one operational within Thurlaston. More »

All the resources and support required to set up a fully operational and recognised Scheme are available via the neighbourhood Watch website - www.ourwatch.org.uk should members of the community wish to progress this, please let the Parish Council know who will also offer support where possible.

Neighbourhood Link

This is also a scheme to improve communication directly from the Leicestershire Police to residents within the local area and neighbouring villages to where you are resident.

You receive the latest news, updates and events direct from the Police. Enabling you to keep up to date about policing issues in YOUR community, get the latest crime reduction and community safety advice and respond directly to YOUR Neighbourhood Policing Team.

It is FREE to register and receive messages as well as being a confidential and secure service

www.neighbourhoodlink.co.uk

Rural Watch

Rural Watch is a free scheme set up to support communities in the fight against rural crime.

If you live, work or visit rural communities you are the eyes and ears. Together with the Police you can actively take steps to prevent crime, report suspicious incidents and provide education and reassurance on the issues that matter the most to rural communities.

To find out more: www.leics.police.uk/ruralwatch » Less

Posted: Sat, 18 Jan 2020 16:07 by Elaine Foxon