On the 4th attempt in 20 years to regenerate the centre of Clitheroe, Ribble Valley Borough Council approved a decision of its Policy and Finance Committee to progress the Clitheroe Market Quarter Development with Barnfield Construction the approved tenderers.
Figures obtained by Ribble Valley Conservatives show that Ribble Valley Residents on average are paying more Per Head of Population and Per Household than any other Local Authority in the entirety of Lancashire for their Policing.
The Local Government Association meeting in Birmingham this week received a report from the LGA Post Brexit England Commission which found a "deepening divide" between rural and urban areas, with unaffordable homes, poor internet connectivity and skills gaps combining to push the countryside fur
Leader of the Ribble Valley Council , Councillor Ken Hind (Longridge Dilworth) will raise at the Police and Crime Panel Meeting on Monday 2 July the increase in rural crime and the failure of the elected Labour Police Commissioner to provide a fair share of resources for the rural areas parti
Following a spate of break-ins into Town Centre Businesses in Clitheroe culminating in the theft of the safe from Blueberry’s Cafe in the Marketplace together with a couple of days takings the Clitheroe Town Action Group is demanding an enhanced police presence in the Town particularly on the wee
5 Liberal and Labour Councillors have tried to derail the multi million £ Clitheroe Market Quarter Development Plan led by Councillor Alan Knox Liberal leader, by the use of a procedural device ''to call'' in the decision to progress the development.
Ribble Valley Borough Council are seeking independent counsel's advice on the 123 home development made by the VH Partnership on land behind Higher Road, refused by the RVBC Planning Committee following the decision by a government planning inspector who rejected the Council's view in the appea
SPEEDING tractor drivers are proving a menace in the rural village of Billington. Tractors and their drivers cause more accidents on our roads than young speeders. A Billington Councillor has called for speed cameras to quell “horrendous” speeding on the main road through the village.
Ribble Valley Conservative Councillors have rejected Pendle Borough Council's proposals to break up and leave and Lancashire County Council and form an East Lancashire Unitary Council with Blackburn, Burnley, Hyndburn, Rossendale and Ribble Valley.
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