Exciting news for Leyland as up to £25 million town centre improvement proposals get government funding approval
Leyland is to receive up to £25 million in funding the Government has announced. The award follows a funding bid submission in October 2020 by Leyland Town Board to the Government's Town Fund.
South Ribble Borough Council is saddened to learn of the passing, aged 85, of its former Mayor and former Leader, Tony Kelly, who died on Friday morning (26 February) following a short battle with cancer.
South Ribble Borough Council has approved a grant of £50,000 plus an additional £150,000 loan towards the ongoing transformation of Hoole Village Memorial Hall.
South Ribble Borough Council is pleased to announce it will take on the management and running of the South Ribble leisure centres from 1 April 2021. This includes the Tennis Centre and leisure centres in Leyland, Bamber Bridge and Penwortham.
South Ribble Borough Council has committed £20,000 towards the provision of e-learning tablets for disadvantaged children being home-schooled due to COVID-19.
We've opened a consultation on the budget proposals for the new financial year starting in April 2021. We want residents to have their say on how their money is spent and urge all residents across the borough to share their views.
It will see two new artificial grass pitches installed at the Council-owned facility on Brindle Road along with a new sports pavilion to complement the new and current facilities on site.
The planning application for 15 new affordable homes on the McKenzie Arms site in Bamber Bridge was approved by South Ribble Borough Council Planning Committee last night (27th).