Following an investigation conducted by the Public Protection Partnership (PPP), Mr Arshad Khaliq, 46 years old, of Martin Road, Slough, Berkshire, was sentenced and fined at Reading Magistrates’ Court on 13 April, 2018 after pleading guilty to three offences.
The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) has been working with waste teams at Bracknell Forest Council and West Berkshire Council to crack down on significant local issues affecting the environment.
Following an article on the council's resident parking scheme in the Bracknell News, which the council was not offered the opportunity to comment on, a statement outlining Bracknell Forest Council's position on its resident parking scheme can be found below.
The future of Easthampstead Park Conference Centre (EPCC) was secured at the meeting of the council’s decision-making executive.
Families enjoyed hunting for chocolate treasure at 3 of the borough’s parks over the Easter holidays.
It is with great regret that Bracknell Forest Council has to announce a change to the informal out of hours visiting arrangements at Easthampstead Park Cemetery and Crematorium.
The future of Easthampstead Park Conference Centre (EPCC) will be discussed by the council’s decision-making executive when it meets on Tuesday, 10 April.
Bracknell Forest Council’s ongoing work to reduce teenage pregnancy rates has been such a success, the council now has the second lowest rate of teenage pregnancy in the country.
30 year old Joseph Symonds, formerly of Wyresdale, Bracknell, was convicted at Reading Magistrates Court on 14 March 2018 after pleading guilty to failing to comply with the duty of care required under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Mr Symonds was ordered to pay £2,508 in fines and costs.
At its meeting on 19 March 2018, the Joint Public Protection Committee approved the Public Protection Partnership’s key priorities for the delivery of environmental health, licensing and trading standards across Bracknell Forest, West Berkshire and Wokingham for 2018/19.