Chorley Council is looking
to revamp the historic Tuesday market to help improve it for both traders and
shoppers and add to the vibrancy of the town centre.
Traders were given the
opportunity to try out different types and makes of gazebo and their preferred
option has now been unveiled to the public for their views.
Councillor Peter Malpas who
oversees town centre improvements for the Council said: "The...
TOTS at a Chorley nursery can play
out whatever the weather – thanks to two local councils.
The youngsters at Tatton Nursery
which meets at Tatton Community Centre can now enjoy an outdoor covered garden
which was officially opened this week.
Lancashire County Council has
allocated £20,000 of funding for the scheme and Chorley Council has donated the
land and its expertise in organising its...
The Council has put together a
'welcome pack' offering prospective firms and retailers all the information
they need to help them set up in the town.
Councillor Peter Malpas, who
champions business in Chorley for the Council said: "The new pack is a great
idea. It puts together all the information any business looking to set up in
Chorley would need to help them get going.
"There is a whole raft of vital
Chorley Council staff worked
throughout the weekend to clear major footways and car parks in the town centre
for visitors and shoppers.
However, all refuse collections had
to be suspended on Monday as the roads were too dangerous for the 26 tonne
vehicles, and the loaders who pull the bins to the wagons struggled to do their
Councillor Eric Bell who is responsible
for the streets for Chorley Council said:...
one-page document, which was agreed by councillors on Tuesday night, sets out
the council's objectives, what the long term outcomes are and how it'll measure
whether it's been successful.
plan was put together with the help of hundreds of residents who took part in
online surveys, face-to-face consultation and filled out postcards saying what
they thought was important for the future of Chorley.
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