News published July 2020
Football sessions kick-off again after Coronavirus curbs eased
Two popular football activity sessions are now back on the field for the first time since Coronavirus restrictions were eased.
Council and University team up to back start-up businesses
An exclusive package of measures to support entrepreneurs and start-ups within South Northants has just been launched by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) and The University of Northampton (UON)
Residents’ views to be sought on future council opening hours
Public consultation across Northamptonshire with residents and businesses on future opening hours for the main customer services for the new West and North councils has begun.
£1 million revamp to start as district leisure centres welcome back members
After the Covid-19 lockdown forced the major revamp of Towcester Centre for Leisure to be postponed, South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) has confirmed work will now begin in August.
Labour of love puts district in the driving seat for development
A major planning policy which will guide the development of the district until 2029 has been adopted by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC).
£25,000 car park improvements completed at Towcester Mill
A muddy piece of land adjacent to Towcester Mill has been into a high-standard car park by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) with the support of Clayson Country Homes Ltd.
Eat your way to a healthier planet
Residents are being urged to think about how their food choices might be impacting the environment as part of this month’s Climate Change Challenge by South Northamptonshire Council (SNC).
Free parking for shoppers preserved on Towcester Co-op site
South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) has today confirmed that it has completed the purchase of the long-empty Co-op store and car park in central Towcester, from the Co-op, after lengthy negotiations.
Major planning policy gets thumbs up from inspector
After more than six years of work, hundreds of representations from the public, businesses and other local authorities, a major planning policy could soon be adopted by South Northamptonshire Council.