Library services consultation
The council is set to discuss a consultation into how Slough library services will look in the future.
Illegal extension fine for homeowner
A homeowner who built a first-floor extension without permission has been ordered to pay thousands of pounds by magistrates for planning breaches.
Slough chosen as Arts Council priority place
Arts Council England has announced that Slough will be a priority place to focus on as part of the publication of its three year Delivery Plan for 2021 - 2024.
Recommendations to close council’s day centres, residential service, and respite service
The council is set to discuss the future of some care services at the next Scrutiny Panel on Monday (13 September) with Cabinet making the final decision on 20 September.
Slough's Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan
The council has published proposals on how to eliminate the borough’s contribution to climate change and how to achieve it over the next 20 years.
Use buses in Slough? Yes or no - opinions needed
A closer relationship with bus operators is expected to lead to a better bus network for the borough.
Fake tobacco found twice in shop
A business owner specialising in nuts and seeds has been given a conditional discharge by magistrates after counterfeit tobacco was found on his premises twice in five months.
New ‘how to’ videos launched
Residents can do so much through the council’s website, including reporting issues, paying bills and making applications.
It’s GCSE results day for Slough’s students
Unusually, just two days after A-Level results, Slough’s GCSE students collected their results this morning.
Annual household canvass
Slough Borough Council is asking residents to be aware that the annual electoral registration canvass has started.
Beauty business fined for skin lightening cream
A business has been ordered to pay thousands of pounds by magistrates after illegal and dangerous skin lightening products which can turn skin blue, were found for sale.