Residents

Residents 26 Jan 2018

Over a quarter of empty homes brought back into use during 2017

Over a quarter of empty homes in the city were brought back into use last year, thanks to the work carried out by Peterborough City Council. The authority has made substantial progress in its bid to bring privately-owned empty properties back...

Residents 22 Jan 2018

Limited spaces left on bulky waste scheme

A limited number of spaces remain available on Peterborough City Council’s free bulky waste collection trial. The initiative was launched as part of the wider #LovePeterborough campaign last month, aimed at reducing fly-tipping and...

Residents 17 Jan 2018

'The Power of Words' is theme for Holocaust Memorial Day

The suffering and sacrifice of millions of people killed in genocides, including the Holocaust, will be remembered at a poignant service in Peterborough. The Holocaust Memorial Day event takes place at St John the Baptist Church, Peterborough on...

Residents 11 Jan 2018

Family Safeguarding approach piloted in Peterborough

The official launch of the Family Safeguarding Team, a completely new approach to child protection, was held yesterday (10 January) in Peterborough. Peterborough City Council was successful in a bid for £2.8million of funding to pilot the...

Residents 11 Jan 2018

Event will celebrate re-opening of hydrotherapy pool

A celebratory event to mark the re-opening of St George's Community Hydrotherapy Pool will take place next week. The pool, which underwent a programme of refurbishment and repairs after a leak was discovered last March, re-opened to the public at...