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Eight parking machines stolen in Peterborough in five months at cost of thousands of pounds – Peterborough Telegraph


Peterborough Telegraph

Eight parking machines stolen in Peterborough in five months at cost of thousands of pounds
Peterborough Telegraph
A Peterborough City Council spokesman said: “Since the start of December seven car park ticket machines have been stolen in the city as well as one on-street ticket machine. “A total of £1,000 was stolen from the eight machines, with £44 being the

Glasgow promises to be one of the first autism-friendly city centres in the UK – Glasgow Live


Glasgow Live

Glasgow promises to be one of the first autism-friendly city centres in the UK
Glasgow Live
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: “This first workshop on making Glasgow city centre autism friendly was a great success. “All the organisations involved are committed to working together to ensure we achieve our aim of ensuring everyone can have …

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SNP plan to spend £25m on replacing 10000 streetlights in Glasgow – Glasgow Evening Times


SNP plan to spend £25m on replacing 10000 streetlights in Glasgow
Glasgow Evening Times
A NEW street lighting and city wide wi-fi strategy is planned for Glasgow by the SNP if it takes power at the City Council. The party said it will spend £25m on replacing 10,000 streetlights in line with a budget commitment earlier this year. It said

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Drivers in Stoke-on-Trent face £70 bill for stopping on new lines – Stoke Sentinel


Stoke Sentinel

Drivers in Stoke-on-Trent face £70 bill for stopping on new lines
Stoke Sentinel
Motorists could face £70 fines if they stop on busy city centre roads, with the introduction of red routes in Stoke-on-Trent. Stoke-on-Trent City Council will be putting red lines in place on several roads in Hanley to target careless and dangerous

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Warning that vandalism and theft could force Belfast bike scheme off streets – Belfast Newsletter


Belfast Newsletter

Warning that vandalism and theft could force Belfast bike scheme off streets
Belfast Newsletter
A Belfast City Council spokesperson said increasing costs could jeopardise any future expansion, adding that vandalism has been concentrated at the bike docks in the city centre area. They explained: “Some thefts can be attributed to incorrect docking

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Birmingham’s bid to make history by hosting 2022 Commonwealth Games – Birmingham Mail


Birmingham Mail

Birmingham’s bid to make history by hosting 2022 Commonwealth Games
Birmingham Mail
Birmingham is set to bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games after the Government called for UK cities to step forward. The bidding committee decision is set to be rubber stamped by the City Council’s cabinet after a feasibility study showed Brum could …

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New Glasgow primary school with unisex toilets gets go-ahead – despite protests from parents – The Scottish Sun


The Scottish Sun

New Glasgow primary school with unisex toilets gets go-ahead – despite protests from parents
The Scottish Sun
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: “Research from other local authorities shows that unisex toilets can help improve behaviour and reduce bullying and vandalism. Parents, pupils and school staff have all been part of the design consultations for

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Consultation dates announced for Glasgow’s third Gaelic school – Glasgow Evening Times


Glasgow Evening Times

Consultation dates announced for Glasgow’s third Gaelic school
Glasgow Evening Times
A Glasgow City Council spokeswoman said: “The launch of the consultation to provide a third Gaelic schools for Glasgow’s children is good news and a chance for all interested parties to submit their views. “The report outlines the council’s plans and

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SNP reveals ambitious plans to extend Glasgow’s 120-year-old subway system with new lines – The Scottish Sun


The Scottish Sun

SNP reveals ambitious plans to extend Glasgow’s 120-year-old subway system with new lines
The Scottish Sun
The first move over the Subway would be to take it out of the hands of regional transport partnership, SPT and under the control of the City Council, which the SNP is referring to as the City Government. Mr McLean said: “Glasgow’s Subway is a cherished

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