Sileby Parish Council

Serving the people of Sileby

Parish Council Office

Clerk: Rosemary Richardson
41 High Street, Sileby
Loughborough LE12 7RX

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Sileby Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Sileby a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Press Release - Temporary Closure of Ratcliffe Road, Sileby. (CHAR 0992/2021)

Press Release - Temporary Closure of Ratcliffe Road, Sileby. (CHAR 0992/2021)

TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER:- RATCLIFFE ROAD, SILEBY

Leicestershire County Council Highways has agreed to a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order at the above location. Temporary road closures are required on Ratcliffe Road commencing 01st November 2021.

The closures will be undertaken in 2 Phases as follows: -

• Phase 1 – closure from Monday 01st November 2021 till Saturday 06th November 2021. More »

• Phase 2 – closure from Monday 22nd November 2021 till Saturday 27th November 2021.

Temporary Traffic Lights will be utilised at all other times. The Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be implemented for public safety to allow Newline Civil Engineering undertake works to construct a new access and new roundabout in connection with the new development.

The proposed alternative diversion route will be via :- Ratcliffe Road, The Banks, Brook Street, Cossington Road (Sileby), Main Street, Syston Road (Cossington), A46 (Ratcliffe on the Wreake), Ratcliffe Road (Sileby) and vice versa.

The works can be viewed here https://one.network/?tm=GB122937110 https://one.network/?tm=GB123768168 or by scanning the QR codes attached. » Less

Posted: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 14:00 by Julie Lovatt

Are you reporting dog-related issues to us?

Are you reporting dog-related issues to us?

Did you know that you can report a number of dog-related problems to Charnwood Borough Council online?

You can report dog fouling, inform us when litter/dog waste bins are full, report dogs on the loose, attacking animals or making people feel threatened, and let us know when there is a dead animal and public land that needs removing.

Request to empty litter/dog waste bins

Please use the form below if a Charnwood Borough Council litter bin or dog waste bin needs emptying. Please note: Our bins will have a Charnwood Borough Council sticker and information on it. If you're not sure if it belongs to the Council, please call 01509 634563. More »

Request to empty litter/dog waste bins

Report dog fouling

You can request to have dog fouling cleared up and repeat offenders investigated at the webpage below. Please note: If you would like us to investigate the possibility of taking action against the owner then you must have witnessed the incident and be willing to provide your details and a witness report.

Report dog fouling

Report a dog control incident

Please use the form below to report dogs on the loose, attacking animals or making people feel threatened. Please note: The Police deal with incidents where a dog has bitten or attacked a person.

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Posted: Mon, 11 Oct 2021 10:10 by Julie Lovatt

Richard Shepherd’s County Councillor’s Blog

Richard Shepherd’s County Councillor’s Blog

Work and Skills Leicestershire

The County Council is expanding its scheme to help residents who are seeking paid work or training for a new role.

Work and Skills Leicestershire has helped over 100 people since it was launched in June, initially as an online service. The project is now being rolled out at employment hubs in libraries across the county, and is open to everyone – from those who have never been employed to those who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic, been furloughed or who are at risk of redundancy. It will also help college leavers, graduates and agency staff on zero hour or temporary contracts. More »

Qualified personal advisors are on hand to offer impartial and professional advice to people from all backgrounds and provide one-to-one support. Everyone who signs up to the scheme has the opportunity to have a tailored work plan drawn up for them, including clear targets and steps to achieve their goal. Help is given with CV and letter writing skills, job searches, interview techniques and digital training, self-employment advice and business support.

Loughborough Library is among the libraries currently hosting Work and Skills Leicestershire. Sessions there are on Tuesdays between 10.00 a.m. and 12 noon.

Further information, including how to make appointments, is available on the County Council's website at www.leicestershire.gov.uk/work-and-skills or by calling 0800 988 0308.

Kickstart Placements

The County Council is encouraging companies to increase placements offered under the Government's Kickstart scheme from six to twelve months, after the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) pledged £500,000 to support the scheme.

The Council already has a similar plan for its own placements and has offered placements to fifteen young people so far, with further opportunities available in areas including highways services, waste operations, surveying, business support and administration.

The Government's scheme offers six-month work placements for those aged sixteen to twenty-four who receive Universal Credit. Organizations taking part will need to offer a further six-month work placement for a minimum of twenty-five hours per week to existing Kickstart participants, paying at least the minimum wage. The scheme will cover salary costs for up to thirty hours per week, employer National Insurance contributions and employer minimum automatic enrolment contributions.

Further information is available for applicants and businesses at www.leicesteremploymenthub.co.uk

Richard Shepherd, County Councillor

Telephone: 01509 413903

Email: richard.shepherd@leics.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Fri, 08 Oct 2021 09:10 by Julie Lovatt