East Hampshire District Council has approved a planning application that will transform Whitehill & Bordon from a garrison town into a thriving green town.
The Cabinet Office has revealed data detailing how a record number of people registered to vote on April 20, the enrolment deadline on, ahead of May’s general election.
During a pre-election tour of the North of England on the 21st April, Prime Minister David Cameron visited Decorative Panels Components’ impressive manufacturing facility.
Official figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that UK unemployment has fallen to 5.6 per cent, its lowest rate since July 2008.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) have said that many motorists feel ‘nervous’ about using the high-tech smart motorways 12 months after they were introduced on UK roads.
Council leaders have said that a proportion of VAT raised from the sales of sugar filled drinks should be channelled into health schemes attempting to tackle obesity.
A former Conservative Environment Secretary has accused Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Eric Pickles of ignoring common sense over weekly household collections and disregarding his responsibility towards tackling climate change.
A national poll commissioned by the Local Government Association (LGA) has revealed that a proportion of voters aged 18-24 would be encouraged to vote if a promise that the new government would devolve powers from MPs in Westminster to local areas is made.
Two of the largest public service pension schemes in England and Wales are to be reformed, changing how pensions are calculated for those on the schemes.
Following a long consultation process, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson has confirmed the introduction of the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) which will launch in Central London in September 2020.
A share of £275 million to help improve road maintenance and local infrastructure projects will be collected by 28 councils across the country.
The voluntary and community sector (VCS) grants, as announced by the Department for Education, will for the first time fund mental health services as an individual component in its £25 million funding injection.
Following George Osborne's Budget announcement, the National Outsourcing Association (NOA) has shared its approval of the decision to remove VAT charges for private sector bidders on many public contracts.
Fuel duty has been frozen in the chancellor’s pre-election budget as September’s planned increase has been scrapped.
The National Minimum Wage is set to increase by three per cent this October, marking the largest real-terms increase in the minims wage for seven years.
A survey undertaken by Manpower Employment Outlook has revealed a surprising leap in public sector job optimism, with public sector hiring set to outpace the private sector.