Month of action to tackle violent crime
Thames Valley Police, Slough Borough Council and the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley are joining forces for a month of action to tackle violent crime in Slough.
Conviction for man dumping raw meat
A man who repeatedly dumped piles of raw meat was caught out after being captured on CCTV.
Award for Trading Standards team
A news release from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute.
Council owned site sold for in excess of £100 million
A site in Slough, bought by the council in January 2021 has been sold for more than £100 million, a huge surplus on what was paid for it, the council announced today (24 November 2022).
First asset sale completed at £14.48m
Slough Borough Council has sold the first of its assets – a warehouse unit in Bradford.
Time to show domestic abuse the red card
Slough Borough Council is launching a campaign to show there is never any excuse for domestic abuse.
Full Council meeting - 22 November 2022
Notice of the council meeting taking place on 22 November 2022.
Report seeks Cabinet approval to re-commission voluntary and community sector services
A report going to Cabinet on 21 November is seeking approval to re-commission two services for the delivery of a voluntary and community sector support service and an advice and information service, to replace existing provision when current contracts expire in June 2023.
Suspension of e-scooter trial
The trial of e-scooters that has run since June 2020 across Slough is coming to an end on 30 November.
Sustainable Warmth scheme to help fund energy-saving improvements
The Sustainable Warmth scheme aims to upgrade energy inefficient homes of low-income households, helping people to save money on their energy bills whilst also reducing carbon emissions.