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KARL posted an article in LocalA 30 day consultation is to be launched from Friday 7 September for the public to give their views on proposals. Councillor Lisa Stone, Lead Member for Children’s and Young People’s Services at Salford City Council said: 327 places are offered in the local authority nurseries out of 4,234 in a variety of early years providers. Over 2,000 of these places are available through schools in the city. Councillor Stone continued: The consultation will involve public meetings and also options for people to provide comments by post or online. It opens at 00:01 on Friday 7 September and can be viewed at https://www.salford.gov.uk/nurseryproposals Consultation meetings: 11th September 2018 at Barton Moss Day Nursery - 6:00pm until 7:00pm 13th September 2018 at Winton Day Nursery - 6:00pm until 7:00pm 18th September 2018 at Belvedere Day Nursery - 6:00pm until 7:00pm 20th September 2018 at Little Hulton Day Nursery - 6:00pm until 7:00pm 26th September 2018 at Broughton Day Nursery - 6:00pm until 7:00pm
KARL posted an article in LocalAfter controversially (See Salford Star Article Here) turning down planning permission in July 2018, Salford Council has today (Thursday, September 6 2018) finally approved plans for the multi-million pound Canon Green Campus development on Canon Green Drive in Trinity. Previously the Council had rejected the application with Councillors declaring that it was "Odd", "Wierd" and even "Bonkers" that the council would reject affordable housing in the area whilst at the same meeting giving Countryside Properties the green light for 299 private rent apartments more or less around the corner in Broughton. The good news is that finally the £22.5m project by Salford housing association Salix Homes will see ageing tower block Canon Green Court completely transformed and modernised, along with neighbouring apartment block Westminster House, which will undergo an external facelift. As part of the development, a brand new 11-storey apartment block will be built within the grounds of the expansive site, comprising of 108 one and two-bedroom affordable apartments. Lee Sugden, chief executive at Salix Homes, said: The refurbishment at Canon Green Court, which was built during the 1960s, includes new kitchens, bathrooms, heating systems, sprinkler systems and exterior re-facing and insulation. Salix Homes, which owns more than 8,000 homes across Salford, will now appoint a contractor to carry out the project and it’s hoped that work will start on site later this year.
Launched by Salford City Council the website shows people which benefits they are entitled to and helps them apply for them online or launch appeals. It brings together job adverts from several major online sites so people can apply directly and log their job search activities quickly and easily and even offers advice on childcare and energy grants. Councillor Paula Boshell, Deputy City Mayor at Salford City Council, said: Councillor Boshell said anyone who needs help to get online can get support through Salford City Council’s Digital You programme. In addition to the website, which was designed by Kirklees Council’s digital technology company and is being taken up by councils across the country, Salford City Council has introduced new scan zones at Gateway centres across the city. The new machines mean people can scan documents, such as those in support of benefits applications and attach them electronically to claims. See www.salford.gov.uk/betteroff for details of all the help available and a link to the website
KARL posted an article in LocalSalford City Council is using new legislation, which was introduced in April this year, in a bid to keep the streets clean. The law now allows the council to fine the keeper of a vehicle £150 if it is has reason to believe any of its occupants have discarded litter. The new regulations also mean that people seen dropping rubbish can now be fined up to £150 on the spot, almost double the previous charge of £80. And the council is using legislation to increase the fine for people not cleaning up dog mess. They offence will now cost up to £100. Signs for both offences will be put up in prominent locations to warn potential offenders. Councillor David Lancaster, Lead Member for Environment and Community Safety at Salford City Council, said: The council is training staff on how to report incidents they come across while working in neighbourhoods. Members of the public can support the campaign by reporting incidents to the council through the website https://www.salford.gov.uk/bins-and-recycling/report-fly-tipping-graffiti-litter-and-dog-fouling/