Environmental health news
Marble Arch alleyway gated
The introduction of a new public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) will keep the Northampton’s Marble Arch alleyway gated.
Northamptonshire remains in Tier 2
The Government has announced today that Northamptonshire will remain in Tier 2 of the three tier COVID-19 alert system.
Plan to protect sheep at Upton Country Park
Northampton Borough Council is set to consider proposed changes to a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) covering Upton Country Park.
Northampton Borough Council receives “We’re Good to Go” standard
Northampton Borough Council is reassuring the public that its event facilities are good to go ahead of a return to tiered coronavirus restrictions.
Car wash owner served with £1,000 penalty notice
The owner of a car wash on Kettering Road has been served with a £1,000 fixed penalty notice after breaking government regulations during the national lockdown.
Penalty action taken against hospitality business owners
Northampton Borough Council has taken action against the respective owners of two businesses that failed to comply with the Government’s Covid-19 guidance.
Bar owner served with £1,000 penalty notice
The owner of Jimmy’s Sports Bar in Harlestone Road has been served with a £1,000 fixed penalty notice after failing to comply with the Government’s Covd-19 guidance.
Public spaces to be protected from anti-social behaviour
A new Public Spaces Protection Order has been introduced covering the whole of Northampton and those breaching its conditions could ultimately face a £1,000 fine.
Share your views on town's environmental services
Northampton residents are urged to share their views on the town’s environmental services.
Residents urged to rediscover Northampton - responsibly
Northampton’s independent businesses have come together to urge residents to rediscover and support the town centre – whilst remaining vigilant to social distancing and protecting others.
Have your say on the proposed anti-social behaviour measures at Dunster Street Alley
Share your views on the proposal to introduce a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) that will allow the gating of the public highway between Dunster Street and St Michael's Road.
Northamptonshire’s sports governing bodies asked to prohibit festivals, multi team events and tournaments
Increasing rates of COVID-19 across areas of Northamptonshire have prompted health officials to prohibit sports tournaments and multi team events from taking place for the next fortnight.
Residents of Northampton urged to take action as coronavirus cases rise
Latest government figures published this week (22 July) show that the coronavirus infection rate in the borough of Northampton remains above the national and regional rates.
Further reopening of Northampton’s high streets
The Government has approved the reopening of additional businesses from Monday 13 July, including tattoo parlours, nail bars and beauty salons.
What to do if you find a stray dog
Residents are reminded that if they find a stray dog, they should report it to Northampton Borough Council, rather than post photos and information about the animal on social media.
Council agree to charge for the collection of abandoned shopping trolleys
Plans for introducing a charge for the collection and storage of abandoned shopping trolleys were agreed at a Northampton Borough Council Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 16 January.
Council set to charge for the collection of abandoned shopping trolleys
A proposal for introducing a charge for the collection and storage of abandoned shopping trolleys will be discussed at a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 16 January.
Business fined for not disposing of commercial waste correctly
A business on Wellingborough Road has this week been fined for breaching a Community Protection Notice for overflowing and insecure commercial waste bins.