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Council steps in to tidy up eyesore property

Worcester City Council has used special powers to step in and clear up an unkempt and overgrown garden at a property in Somers Road, which had been empty for over ten years. The absent owner, whose whereabouts are unknown, had not kept up with general maintenance of the Worcester property. The garden had become extremely overgrown, causing a headac...
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Worcester flag flies to show support for Armed Forces

The Deputy Mayor of Worcester, Cllr Adrian Gregson, was joined by military personnel on Tuesday 22 June to observe the raising of the Armed Forces Day Flag over the Guildhall. "We are raising the flag today in advance of Armed Forces day on Saturday to show our support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community," said Councillor A...
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Cleaner streets, economic recovery, major investment – Worcester City Council Leader sets out his priorities

Having secured a Conservative majority at last month's election, Worcester City Council Leader Marc Bayliss is today setting out his priorities for the year ahead.Cleaner streets, support for the city's post-pandemic recovery, managing the investment of more than £40 million of Government funding in the city, tackling parking problems in residentia...
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Victorian Christmas Fayre to make its comeback

As Worcester recovers from the pandemic, plans are being put in place to make sure Christmas 2021 will be one to remember. After being cancelled last year, the traditional Victorian Fayre will be back from December 2 to 5, with unique traders in place across the city centre alongside music and street entertainers. It will be awash with all the Dick...
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Worcester secures £19.6m to build back better after COVID

Worcester is to receive £19.6m to deliver long-term economic growth for the city and support recovery after COVID. The award follows the submission of a successful bid by Worcester City Council to the Government's £3.6 billion Towns Fund. Worcester was one of 101 towns across the UK to be given the opportunity to create a Town Investment Plan,...
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NRLA & Worcestershire District Councils Joint Landlord Meeting

For this year's Landlords' Forum we have gone bigger and better by working with all Worcestershire district councils and the National Residential Landlords Association! We are bringing you a joint Worcestershire forum for all landlords and letting agents across Worcestershire. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the forum will be streame...
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Meet Worcester’s new Mayor

A new Mayor for Worcester was voted in at Worcester City's Annual Council meeting on Tuesday (18 May). Cllr Stephen Hodgson has taken over the chain of office from the outgoing Mayor, Cllr Jo Hodges. Cllr Adrian Gregson is Worcester's new Deputy Mayor. Cllr Stephen Hodgson said: "It's a great privilege to be chosen as Mayor of Worcester, having liv...
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Site for Mobile Refreshment Facility: Copenhagen Street Car Park

Worcester City Council is inviting offers for the use of land at Copenhagen Street car park for a 'pop-up' / mobile refreshment facility. The land is in a prime position, overlooking the river and Quay Head Fountains and adjacent to the busy riverside footpath. The successful applicant will be expected to provide a variety of hot and cold drinks an...
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New Mayor for Worcester

Worcester's new Mayor has taken up residence in the Parlour at the Guildhall with outgoing Mayor, Councillor Jo Hodges, offering up her robes to Cllr Stephen Hodgson, who was voted in at last night's Annual Council meeting. Cllr Adrian Gregson was voted in as Deputy Mayor. With the Conservatives securing a majority in May's election, the meeting al...
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Watch Worcester City Council meetings from home

Residents will be able to watch Worcester City Council meetings from the comfort of their own homes from next week, as council and committee meetings are streamed live on YouTube for the first time. The aim of the initiative is to make the business of the council more public and accessible than ever before, by enabling people to watch council busin...
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