Leicestershire Local Strategic Partnership - Chapter 1

  • . (Leicestershire County Council, Leicester Promotions, North West Leicestershire District Council, 2005) Develop a web based portal to promote what is going on in Leicestershire for tourists and local people.
  • . (Leicestershire Local Strategic Partnership, 2005) Develop local learning forums in each District Council area to bring together providers to respond to learner needs and provide a focus for local collaborative activity.
  • . Air Quality Management Areas have been declared in all Districts, as healthy limits for some air pollutants are expected to be exceeded.
  • . The Leicestershire Municipal Waste Management Strategy, agreed by County and District councils, identifies a more sustainable approach for dealing with household waste.
  • . (ENABLE, 2005) In Partnership with District Councils, additional recycling and composting above statutory targets to achieve around 35% by 2005/2006, an overall increase of around 52% on current levels.
  • . (Leicestershire County Council and District Councils, PSA Target 10, 2006) Lead the community by demonstrating and promoting environmental good practice, in the areas of: energy efficiency, waste minimalisation, recycling and travel plans by ensuring environmental and biodiversity considerations are considered in actions and strategies.

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    Audit Commission - Health & Community Development (Quality of Life)
  • . Health & Community Development (Quality of Life) 2003-08-01Harborough DCCentral RegionHarborough delivers a good leisure service An inspection report by the Audit Commission Harborough District Council provides leisure services which are rated as a ‘good’, two-star service with ‘promising’ prospects for improvement.
  • . The leisure services provided by the Leisure and Community Development Section of Harborough District Council are “good” and have “promising” prospects for improvement.
  • . Community play areas, parks and open spaces, and cemeteries and closed churchyards throughout the district were found to be well maintained and easily accessible.
  • . The prospects for improvement are promising because the people of Harborough district will see a number of improvements to leisure and community development services in the near future: a new sports centre at Lutterworth, a revised holiday activity programme, greater facilities for young people, improved access to the GP referral scheme, enhanced facilities at Harborough leisure centre and improvements to sports development.

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  • . Key aspects of the project The pilot was based in Mansfield, led by LHA and formally involved Mansfield District Council and Nottingham Community HA.
  • . This included all of the two housing associations' homes in the district, but only one estate of the local authority's stock.
  • . Funding for the initial HomeChoice pilot expired at the end of March 2001, but Mansfield District Council has secured funding through the DTLR's recently announced pilot programme.
  • . Harborough Home Search This initiative is led by Harborough District Council and began in April 2000 for an initial nine-month period.
  • . Harborough District Council began a fundamental review of its allocations and lettings processes in autumn 1998.
  • . net Harborough Home Search Ann Ball Housing Services Manager Harborough District Council Adam and Eve Street Market Harborough Leicestershire LE16 7AG Telephone: 01455 550500 Fax: 01455 559683 Email: a.


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  • . However, he stresses that those seeking to buy village properties in the Peak District, Vale of Belvoir or even Sherwood Forest should beware of the high cost of land, which is currently around 25, 000 an acre.

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  • . There are lots of attractions and leisure activities close by including Carsington Water, Chatsworth House and the hills and dales of the Peak District.

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  • . The HERS is operated under a partnership arrangement involving English Heritage, Leicestershire County Council and Harborough District Council.

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