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Court imposes fines for dog fouling and littering in High Peak

Three High Peak residents have been handed court fines for littering and another was penalised for a dog fouling offence.

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Contractors on site at Glossop Town Hall

Contractors will this week start to set up on site as they prepare to replace the roof and repair the clock at Glossop Town Hall.

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Two fined for dropping litter in Glossop

Two High Peak residents have been handed fines totaling £400 each after dropping litter in Glossop town centre.

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Storage made simple for scooter users

Mobility scooter users living in sheltered accommodation at four properties in the High Peak will find it easier to park and store their scooters thanks to investment by the Borough Council.

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Improving air quality in Tintwistle

High Peak Borough Council is proposing measures to improve the air quality along a section of the A628 Woodhead Road in Tintwistle.

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Work to start at Glossop Town Hall

Work to replace the roof and repair the clock at Glossop Town Hall will start in the next few weeks.

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TIC set to move to Pump Room

High Peak Borough Council is looking to maximise benefits to the local tourism economy when the Crescent Hotel and Thermal Spa opens next year.

Councillor Tony Ashton

Way forward agreed with Serpentine Farm

High Peak Borough Council has offered the Serpentine Community Farm an opportunity to remain on the site until December 2019 and the option of acquiring the property outright.

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Alliance councils still leading the way after ten years

Ten years of a strategic alliance between two local councils has delivered savings of over £5 million for High Peak taxpayers alongside improvements to public services.

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Sky lantern event

Update - Sky lantern event organised by The Lights Fest

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Tackling homelessness in High Peak

We all know the familiar sayings and phrases that celebrate the comfort we derive from our homes - but for people who find themselves homeless or threatened with homelessness they might sound a little hollow.

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Shot in the arm for Buxton health and public services hub

Ambitious plans for a new health, care and public services hub in Buxton town centre have moved a step closer after funding to develop a business case was secured.

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New affordable property developments for High Peak

Equity Housing Group has opened two new developments, providing 65 affordable properties in High Peak

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Octagon project slips in cold weather

The effects of the recent snow and protracted cold weather have delayed the completion of repairs to the iconic Octagon Hall at Buxton's Pavilion Gardens and, as a result, the Council has been notified of a revised work timetable and completion date by the contractor responsible for the renovations.

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Telling the story of Whaley's Memorial Park

As many people know, and the name suggests, the Memorial Park in Whaley Bridge was created to commemorate the men of the town who lost their lives in the Great War - but what else do you know about this much-loved public open space?

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Extra free parking for local council tax payers

Find out more on the new parking permit for High Peak residents

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In the swing at Bridgemont

Bridgemont youngsters and their families now have an improved play area to enjoy thanks to investment from High Peak Borough Council.

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Bringing empty properties back into use

Empty properties blight communities and, with the provision of housing high on the national agenda, bringing them back into use seems like one obvious way to help meet local needs.

Councillor Tony Ashton

Helping High Peak commemorate WW1 centenary

This November people across the UK will come together to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War - and the Borough Council is offering grants to High Peak towns and parishes to mark this nationally and internationally important anniversary.

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Roof at Glossop Town Hall set to be repaired

Investigation work is set to start at Glossop Town Hall as the Council announces plans to repair the roof and the clock.

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Council sets budget for coming year

High Peak Borough Council has set its budget for providing essential services at £10.4m for the coming year.

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Trans Pennine route consultation 12 February 2018 - 25 March 2018

Highways England are consulting on proposals to improve journeys on the Trans-Pennine route between Manchester and Sheffield regions - read more and have your say

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Council welcomes £2m housing boost

High Peak leaders have welcomed the £2m cash injection to boost housing at two sites in Buxton - and pledged to start work on site quickly.

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More affordable homes at Thomas Fields scheme

Thomas Fields, Buxton's new Extra Care scheme, due to open this Spring, will now include an additional 10 flats available at affordable rents thanks to High Peak Borough Council.

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Tipping the balance against waste offenders

New proposals aimed at tackling the scourge of fly tipping have been welcomed by High Peak Borough Council.

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Work set to start at Sylvan car, coach and lorry park

Work to resurface and improve the layout of Buxton's Sylvan car park and the coach and lorry park is set to start early next month.

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Council seeking independent member to review processes

High Peak Borough Council is looking for an independent person to help keep its governance and financial reporting processes on track.

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Appointment of Independent Member on the Audit and Regulatory Committee

The Council is seeking to appoint an Independent Member for its Audit and Regulatory Committee

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Buxton's Octagon Hall set to reopen in the Spring

The Octagon Hall at the Pavilion Gardens in Buxton is expected to open in May following major renovations to the Grade-II listed building.

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Sculpture celebrates centenary of quarrying

Locals and visitors to Buxton's Ashwood Park may have spotted a new face in recent weeks - and the project partners are proud to officially introduce Jack the Quarryman.

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HLF grant to help Buxton establish itself as 'England's leading spa town'

The beautiful town of Buxton - with its fine historic buildings and natural thermal mineral water - has every reason to aspire to being 'England's leading spa town.'