Winchester City Council have recently submitted a new planning application focusing on the Extra-Care scheme on Chesil street. The Council aspires to replace residential permit parking and build a day centre and communal facilities for the local residents.
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Metal is one of the most recycled materials in the world. Due to the nature of its structure, metal can be recycled an infinite number of times.
On 25 November 2014 a huge number of national and international organisations will be tweeting about the growing concern of climate change. Authorities will flag issues concerning food, waste, cities, the natural environment and many more topics.
From 9am until 7pm you'll be able to join in on the discussion by tweeting your questions and opinions on how climate change is affecting our world today. Different experts will be responding to questions throughout the day. Organisations taking part will be tweeting on how they're doing their part for the environment.
Get on the bus for free!
Following improvements of bus number 66 Stagecoach are offering the opportunity to travel on this service for free between 2 November and 30 November, after 7pm in the evenings and all day on Sunday!
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change: Reports from its Fifth Assessment (2013-2014)
The EU intends to sign two far-reaching trade agreements: one with Canada (CETA = Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) and one with the USA (TTIP = Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership).
Papers from 10 November 2014 trustee meeting
Almost 70 people met to discuss the Winchester District Local Plan Part 2, which is out for consultation by the City Council till 5 December 2014. See what was said....