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Dog fouling problem

 
1st April 2014 GR Redford
The vast majority of dog-owners in the parish are responsible and 'clear-up' after their animal. There is a minority however who allow their pets to foul public places (footpaths and verges) and do not clear it up. That minority is reminded that: 'The Rushcliffe Borough Dog Fouling Order was introduced in January 1998. An on the spot fine of £50, or a more...

Housing Needs Survey

 
1st April 2014 GR Redford
A Housing Needs Survey taken in Whatton in the Vale by Miles King on behalf of the Midlands Rural Housing Association has resulted in a need being shown for three affordable properties.  A survey in nearby Orston had shown an identical need there and consideration is being given to a joint scheme being progressed. It is understood one landowner in Whatton has come forwa more...

Langar Recycling plant

 
31st March 2014 GR Redford
 Whatton-in-the-Vale parish council website has already reported the proposal to close the Langar Recycling site. Nottinghamshire County Council Councillor Robert Butler organised an on-line petition against the closure.  Despite 2,300 signing a combination of the on-line petition and paper one, Nottinghamshire County Council approved the Budget which included the more...

New Community Notice Board

 
28th March 2014 GR Redford
The Parish Council has replaced the Notice Board on Dark Lane. The Community Notice Board is the same style as the board on the Ivy Row Green and has a cork backing. more...

New signs installed

 
26th March 2014 GR Redford
Two new Welcome to Whatton-in-the-Vale€™ signs have been installed at two entrances to the parish. One on the slip-road from the A52 and the second on Dark Lane. The two signs were funded by Nottinghamshire County Council’s Local Improvement Scheme. The Parish Council resolved to fund a third sign to be placed at the junction of the A52 and Grantham Road. more...

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