Bracknell Forest Council has today welcomed the national focus on reducing rough sleepers, which shines the spotlight on how authorities are working to address the issue.
News: February 2020
Work to redevelop the former Heathlands care home has reached a further milestone after the council’s decision-making executive approved the funding, service model and building contractor for the project.
With a new Mayor in town for February half term, Cllr Pauline McKenzie, Mayor of the Borough of Bracknell Forest, visited The Lexicon for a different kind of meet and greet earlier this week.
Two secondary schools in Bracknell Forest have been chosen to trial a new scheme which aims to encourage pupils to make green travel choices.
Following the closure of the A322 Downshire Way which has been in place since Wednesday, 20 February, South East Water has confirmed the road will be safe to use from 22 February. The road is therefore due to re-open at around 6am on Saturday, 22 February.
The latest edition of Town & Country, our newspaper for residents, is now being delivered to households across the borough.
The achievements of the Bracknell Forest family safeguarding team have been recognised by Michelle Donelan MP, Minister for Children and Families, and Isabelle Trowler, Chief Social Worker for Children and Families, for its success in supporting local families using the family safeguarding model.
Planning permission for the new Heathlands integrated health and care home has been approved, after no objections to the proposals were received.