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South Ribble Borough Council to continue investment for businesses and residents as part of the approved 2024/25 budget

Investment into community support, town centre development, climate change initiatives, new affordable housing and developing skills and job opportunities is on the agenda this year as their 2024/25 budget is approved after a public consultation.

Over 70 mile walk from Barrow-in-Furness to Leyland to raise money for local causes

Leader of the Council, Paul Foster and Martin Carlin, Chair of Leyland Town Team are set to take on the mammoth task on 23 February

South Ribble Borough Council take home best small event award for Music In The Park in Lancashire Tourism Awards

Councillors and officers were delighted to accept the award on behalf of South Ribble last night.

Council condemns Government for overturning a two-time rejection of 1000s of homes in rural Penwortham

In November, it was announced that Taylor Wimpey and Homes England's two-time rejected application to build new homes on the Pickering's Farm site in Penwortham was overturned by Government following the result of a Public Inquiry undertaken by the Planning Inspectorate.

South Ribble Borough Council pledges to continue investment for businesses and residents as part of new budget proposals

Investment into community support, town centre development, climate change initiatives, new affordable housing and developing skills and job opportunities is on the agenda for South Ribble Borough Council as they map out their proposals for the 2024/25 budget.

South Ribble Residents' Survey 2023/24

View results of the latest residents survey

£95k invested into Hutton play area as part of Council's initiative

South Ribble Borough Council have refurbished, yet another, play area in the borough as part of £2.4m investment into play areas.

Enhanced support for businesses in South Ribble thanks to the council's partnership with Boost: Lancashire's business growth hub

South Ribble Borough Council has partnered with the Lancashire County Council led Boost, along with 9 other local authorities to receive a raft of businesses support services as part of its fresh £3.9m funding deal.

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