Advance notice of small grant programme for up to £5,000 per project to
improve community spaces and deliver sustainable activities for communities
across the UK
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DRIGG & CARLETON
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
Wednesday 19th May 2021 at 7pm
Copeland Council have published the following: –
Your recycling and waste calendar
We no longer send out printed card waste calendars to every home.
Everyone’s calendar can now be found quickly and easily on our website, www.copeland.gov.uk <https://emea01.safelinks.prot
This means your calendar is printable, portable and always right up to date. It’s also much kinder to the environment, and represents better value for money.
If you do not have access to the internet, and you need a printed copy of the calendar, please contact us on 01946 598300.
The Government yesterday announced an eight-week consultation into local government reorganisation in Cumbria.
The Government is consulting on all four unitary authority proposals made in December. The options are:
For the full announcement by Robert Jenrick MP, the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, click here.
For full details and to respond to the consultation, click here. It ends on April 19.
For further details on Copeland Council’s submission, click here.
Link to the web site with all information you require => Census 2021
Cumbria Recovery Group
A draft consultation document for a recovery strategy is being worked on by a partnership from across the county
A draft of the prioritises available at https://cumbriarecovery.org/ . Comments are sought on the proposals and you can make comments via the link.
Highways Customer Feedback Survey
Cumbria County Council seeks customers ideas and views to improve county highways network.
Cumbria County Council’s Highways Service have launched an online survey to understand the views and needs of local people and road users.
The survey is part of a project to develop and improve the highways service, ensuring the network meets the needs of local communities, businesses, and visitors.
From improving the planning of routine and emergency roadworks, to the reporting of road faults or defects, we aim to understand customers views to help make the service better for everyone. The survey aims to gain an understanding of customer’s current views about the service and learn about their previous experiences with the service, gaining a better understanding of their communication preferences.
Please encourage any of your constituents that may be passionate about highways to complete our survey using the following link:
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.
We thank you for you for your support.
Assistant Director Highways and Transport
Economy & Infrastructure | Cumbria County Council
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