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Council tax could rise in Rutland by 3.99 per cent as outlined in the draft budget for 2020/2021

Council tax could rise in Rutland by 3.99 per cent as outlined in the draft budget for 2020/2021

Council tax could rise in Rutland by 3.99 per cent as outlined in the draft budget for 2020/2021

Rutland residents will have to shell out an extra £68 on their council tax bill if budget proposals go through.


'It's the people that make Rutland special - not McDonald's'

'It's the people that make Rutland special - not McDonald's'

'It's the people that make Rutland special - not McDonald's'

People have reacted to tonight's decision to approve plans to build a McDonald's restaurant in Oakham.


Go-ahead for Rutland's first McDonald's

Go-ahead for Rutland's first McDonald's

Go-ahead for Rutland's first McDonald's

The final county in England will be home to one of the fast food giant's restaurants.


Chief executive will leave council in August

Chief executive will leave council in August

Chief executive will leave council in August

Rutland County Council’s chief executive has announced her intention to retire from the council.


Is McDonald’s set to be approved?

Is McDonald’s set to be approved?

Is McDonald’s set to be approved?

Plans for Rutland’s first branch of McDonald’s have been recommended for approval by planners.


Plans for bakery expansion to be discussed next week

Plans for bakery expansion to be discussed next week

Plans for bakery expansion to be discussed next week

Hambleton Bakery’s plans to expand by building a new production facility, will be discussed by councillors next week.


Plan for county's first McDonald's is recommended for approval

Plan for county's first McDonald's is recommended for approval

Plan for county's first McDonald's is recommended for approval

Plans for a county's first branch of McDonald's have received a green light from planners.


Council considers office move

Council considers office move

Council considers office move

A council is considering moving out of its town centre offices.


35 village homes approved

35 village homes approved

35 village homes approved

A ‘major’ housing scheme of 35 homes has been approved in Ketton.


Plans for the future are forged

Plans for the future are forged

Plans for the future are forged

The two parishes have worked together to produce plans that could help shape planning policy.


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