A brewery’s plans to convert a pub into a convenience store could be approved at a Rutland County Council development control and licensing committee meeting on Tuesday.
Two gipsy families could be given permission to reside at a permanent site in Langham despite objections from some villagers.
Councillor Alf Dewis donated a cheque to his chosen charity as one of his last acts as mayor of Oakham.
Rutland County Council has elected a group of young councillors for key roles with a view to giving them experience for future elections but not all agree it is the right time for the change.
Residents, businesses and property developers in Rutland have until June 18 to register their views on plans to improve community facilities, using money generated by new housing and commercial development.
A new tourist bus linking Rutland Water with Oakham and Uppingham will launch next weekend.
Councillor Adam Lowe has been elected as the new mayor and chairman of Oakham Town Council, taking over from Coun Alf Dewis.
A council has decided not to ask staff to repay £74,000 they were mistakenly given in overtime payments.
A council could try to recoup thousands of pounds from staff after it discovered more than 50 had been overpaid during the past four years.
Residents are being reminded they still have time to submit their views as part of a consultation taking place into proposed changes to eligibility criteria and charges for social care services.
Residents are delighted that the council has decided to take action following their long-running campaign over safety on their road.
Concerns have been raised about plans to set aside land for more than 100 houses in a village.
Plans to demolish part of a former prison site and turn the rest into business units were approved this week.
Councillor Barrie Roper (Con) has resigned from Rutland County Council with immediate effect.
Angry residents in Oakham are protesting against changes to parking restrictions which are set to be enforced on their roads.
The final draft of a document that will shape the future of residential and business developments in Uppingham is now complete.
People are being invited to attend Oakham’s annual town meeting on Wednesday, at 6pm, at Victoria Hall, in High Street.
The weather might be getting better now but the hard work of the gritting teams throughout the winter was recognised by the outgoing High Sheriff.
A public inquiry will be held after the owner of a house appealed against an enforcement notice ordering him to make major changes.
People will be able to speak to their councillors at a surgery.
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Friday 24 May 2013
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