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  • Proposed Borough Wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) Public Consultation Survey

    Rochdale Borough Council would like your views on the proposals to introduce a new borough wide Public Spaces Protection Order around the consumption of alcohol away from licenced premises and the antisocial use of mechanically propelled vehicles . What are Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs)? A Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) gives the Council powers to take action to reduce antisocial behaviour in defined public spaces. ... More
    Closes 25 June 2024
  • St Mary’s Gate Road Safety Scheme

    Rochdale Council proposes to build a new pedestrian and cycle crossing across St Mary’s Gate with its junction at Redcross Street. The project is funded by the Government’s Towns Fund and is estimated to cost around £2million. This location currently has a lot of pedestrians trying to cross a busy 5 lane dual carriageway road and this crossing point will allow people to cross the road in a more safe way. Whilst there will be disruption during construction, this new crossing... More
    Closes 28 June 2024
  • HMO Additional Licensing Consultation

    A HMO or House in Multiple Occupation (commonly referred to as a ‘house share’) is a property shared by 3 or more persons from 2 or more unrelated households who share basic amenities at the property (washing, cooking or toilet facilities). The Council administers a mandatory licensing scheme for properties occupied by 5 or more persons. An additional licensing scheme would allow the council to licence properties containing 3 or more persons as per the above definition. ... More
    Closes 7 July 2024
  • Heywood - Long Term Plan for Towns

    Heywood has been identified as one of 55 towns across the UK to receive funding and support totalling up to £20 million to regenerate the town centre The aim is to make towns places where people and businesses want to invest, creating new jobs and breathing new life into our high streets and town centres. Proposals will be developed by local people for local people: bringing together residents, business, and community leaders to devise and agree a shared vision for... More
    Closes 31 August 2024
  • Climate Change Action Plan 2024

    #ClimateChangeRochdale is our campaign to get you talking about protecting the planet for our people and places. Whether you live, work or play in Rochdale Borough we would like to hear your views about; what you think is the most important topic to tackle in your neighbourhood, what you want to see more of, what you’re already doing and what is preventing you from taking action. Find out more about Climate Change and Sustainability on the council’s website. More
    Closes 31 October 2024
  • Savings

    We're preparing for a challenging budget gap, following reductions in government funding and increased demand for services. In the future, as we'll have less money and staff, we won't be able to do as much, and it's important that we focus on the things that matter to our residents. We're currently developing new and innovative ways of meeting the budget gap and we'll be working closely with partners, residents and service users to achieve this. Click the link below to find out... More
    Closes 18 April 2028
  • Towns Fund - money to help us improve Rochdale

    In November 2019, Rochdale was announced as one of the 101 towns to benefit from the £3.6 billion Towns Fund as part of the government's plan to level up regions. We secured £23.6 million. The Towns Fund was set up to address growth constraints and to deliver long-term economic and productivity growth. It will do this through urban regeneration, planning and land use, skills and enterprise infrastructure, and connectivity. This is an opportunity to secure significant investment in... More
    Closes 18 April 2028
  • Legal and public notices

    Rochdale Borough Council publishes legal notices to comply with the legal statutes when carrying out various functions. Some notices are for information purposes only and other notices may invite objections. To find out more information about legal and public noices please click the link below. More
    Closes 18 April 2028
  • Pending alcohol and entertainment licence applications

    These are the pending licence applications under the Licensing Act 2003. Please click the think below to find out more, including the list of pending licence applications, how to submit a representation and hearings about representations. More
    Closes 18 April 2028
  • Proposed permanent restrictions on the highways – Traffic Regulation Orders

    ​​​​​​Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are legal documents that allow the Highway Authority and the Police to enforce various restrictions designed to manage traffic. Examples of these can include speed limits, single and double yellow lines, weight restrictions, one-way streets, no right or left turns and loading bays. To find out more information and have your say on a Traffic Regulation Order, please click the link below. More
    Closes 18 April 2028
  • Support or object to a planning application

    We want to hear your views whether you're supporting or opposing a planning application. To make sure your views aren't misinterpreted, we only accept comments sent to us in writing. We receive a high number of comments on applications and are unable to acknowledge or respond to them directly. Find out how to support or object to a planning application online by clicking the link below. More
    Closes 18 April 2029
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