South Ribble Borough Council is proud to have been officially accredited as a Living Wage Employer. Our commitment to the real Living Wage ensures all employees receive a fair day's pay for a hard day's work.
South Ribble Borough Council is pleased its decision to refuse outline planning permission for a major housing development off Chain House Lane has been upheld on appeal for a second time by the Planning Inspectorate.
Exciting plans to revamp a Leyland playground have overcome a major hurdle - with South Ribble Borough Council Cabinet Members approving remediation works needed to make the upgrades possible.
Residents are invited to join their local councillors for a cuppa and a chat as part of our 'Community Conversations' - a series informal events (28 June - 12 July) where members of the public can get to know the people who represent them.
The Mayor of South Ribble played host to the now-famous Towngate fire heroes on Wednesday evening (9 June). Meeting them in the new dementia-friendly Peace Garden in the grounds of the council's Civic Centre in Leyland, Councillor Jane Bell, the Mayor, thanked the three brave citizens for their dramatic heroic intervention after they entered a burning set of flats on Towngate in Leyland on Thursday 20 May to raise the alarm and get residents - some of whom were fast asleep - out of the building safely.
South Ribble Borough Council has awarded more than £21,000 to a range of community projects across the borough. An initial six bids are set to benefit from match funding via the Community Hubs Boost Fund - with further support available later this year.
South Ribble Borough Council is delighted to have secured a grant of £816,127 from the Football Foundation towards the creation of a new Playing Pitch Hub for the borough.