Residents caught dropping litter will face an increased fine from 1 April due to new government legislation.New regulations come into force nationally next month which mean that the ‘lesser penalty’ – i.e. early repayment fee – cannot be less than £50, an increase from the current £40 rate. The full fixed penalty is also increasing to recognise the importance of dealing with environmental offences.Councillors at a meeting of Erewash Borough Council’s Executive this week (Tuesday 20 February) agreed to send the new Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) rates to next month’s Full Council meeting with a recommendation that members approve the higher fines.If agreed, it will mean that anyone caught dropping litter in Erewash after 1 April will be...

A recommendation that Erewash Borough Council raises its share of council tax for 2018/19 by 2.99% iwill go to the council’s budget setting meeting on Thursday 1 March.Councillors at a meeting of Council Executive this week  (Tuesday 20...

A recommendation that Erewash Borough Council takes the next step and invites expressions of interest to run its leisure services will go to the next full council meeting.Members at a Council Executive meeting  this week (Tuesday 20...

Residents have the chance to find out more about Erewash Borough Council’s Swim Academy and the lessons available to people of all ages when Victoria Park Leisure Centre in Ilkeston and Long Eaton’s West Park Leisure Centre host Open...

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