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Flintshire Council to introduce skin piercing byelaw

Flintshire Council is to introduce a byelaw to ensure skin piercing practitioners in the county can continue to be regulated. It will cover acupuncture, tattooing, semi-permanent skin colouring, cosmetic piercing and electrolysis practitioners. The council has published notice of its intentions on its website, which sets out the authority’s reasons for introducing the byelaw.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  13 hours ago 0
Flintshire Council to introduce skin piercing byelaw

Flintshire Council highlight necessity of A541 roadworks

THE RoADWORKS on the A541 in Cefn-y-Bedd could help prevent a fatality, a councillor has said. Councillor Dave Hughes, deputy leader of Flintshire Council and the local representative for the Cefn-y-Bedd area, apologised for the disruption being caused by the works. But he stressed that they are necessary as a safety measure.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  2 days ago 1
Flintshire Council highlight necessity of A541 roadworks

Hundreds sign petition calling for action to be taken on a ‘notoriously dangerous’ Flintshire road

Listen to this article Hundreds of residents have signed a petition calling for action to be taken on a ‘notoriously dangerous’ stretch of road in Flintshire. A residents’ petition of 350 signatures has now been presented to Flintshire Council begging the authority to put safety measures in place in that area for motorists and pedestrians alike.

deeside.com ,  2 days ago 3
Hundreds sign petition calling for action to be taken on a ‘notoriously dangerous’ Flintshire road

Residents supporting campaign against Mancot housing plan told changes won’t be made to Local Development Plan

Listen to this article Residents have been told Flintshire Council cannot make changes to its Local Development Plan (LDP) as it heads towards its final stage. Members of the public supporting the campaign to protect against hundreds of houses being built on green land, between Ash Lane in Mancot and Park Lane in Hawarden, were given the opportunity to ask questions at a full meeting of Flintshire Council this week.

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Residents supporting campaign against Mancot housing plan told changes won’t be made to Local Development Plan

'Dangerous' Flintshire road petition

HUNDREDS of residents have signed a petition calling for action to be taken on a ‘notoriously dangerous’ stretch of road in Flintshire. A residents’ petition of 350 signatures has now been presented to Flintshire Council begging the authority to put safety measures in place in that area for motorists and pedestrians alike.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  2 days ago 0
'Dangerous' Flintshire road petition

Jobs and service cuts on cards at Flintshire Council

Rory Sheehan, Local Democracy Reporter Jobs and services will likely be cut as Flintshire Council seeks to balance its budget ahead of next year. The predicted shortfall in the council’s budget 2023-24 budget has risen by almost another £8m in recent months with the figure currently at £24.348m and rising.

nation.cymru ,  4 days ago 3
Jobs and service cuts on cards at Flintshire Council

Flintshire Council 'cuts' looming

JOBS and services will likely be cut as Flintshire Council seeks to balance it’s budget ahead of next year. The predicted shortfall in the Council’s budget 2023-24 budget has risen by almost another £8m in recent months with the figure currently at £24.348m and rising.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  4 days ago 0
Flintshire Council 'cuts' looming

Jobs and services likely to be cut as Flintshire Council seeks to balance next years budget

Deeside.com > News Posted: Mon 26th Sep 2022 Updated: Tue 27th Sep Listen to this article Jobs and services will likely be cut as Flintshire Council seeks to balance its budget ahead of next year. The predicted shortfall in the Council’s budget 2023-24 budget has risen by almost another £8m in recent months with the figure currently at £24.348m and rising.

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Jobs and services likely to be cut as Flintshire Council seeks to balance next years budget

Flintshire's County Hall future debated

THE future of Flintshire Council’s remaining County Hall building is to come under the microscope soon. At a meeting of the council’s Corporate Resources and Overview scrutiny committee, members discussed the authority’s updated Corporate Assets Plan, which covers the future uses of its land and buildings.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  7 days ago 2
Flintshire's County Hall future debated

Flintshire: Landlord prosecuted after ripping out bathroom facilities

A LANDLORD has been prosecuted after ripping out a tenant's toilet and sink in a "moment of madness". ’s environmental health officers have prosecuted a Flintshire private sector landlord for unlawfully evicting and harassing a tenant living in a private rented property. The landlord’s acts had included the removal of the toilet, sink and other fittings from the bathroom.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
Flintshire: Landlord prosecuted after ripping out bathroom facilities

Flintshire Council faces increased budget shortfall

THE predicted shortfall in Flintshire Council’s budget for next year has risen by almost another £8m. As recently as July the gap in the authority’s budget was expected to be £16.5m, but in a report due in front of Flintshire Council’s cabinet next week, that figure is currently expected to be £24.348m.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  9 days ago 0
Flintshire Council faces increased budget shortfall

Flintshire Council considering 'warm hubs'

WARM hubs are set to be created across Flintshire to help support the most vulnerable through the winter ‘cost of living’ crisis. The hubs are one of a number of further measures being looked at by Flintshire Council to help residents through the challenges of the coming months.

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Flintshire Council considering 'warm hubs'

New traffic measures to increase safety near a Flintshire high school

Listen to this article Flintshire Council is to introduce new traffic measures to increase safety near a high school. A public notice has been published signalling the council’s intent to create a toucan crossing on the A550 Wrexham Road in Hope. To do this, the authority has been successful in securing funding from the Welsh Government.

deeside.com ,  14 days ago 0
New traffic measures to increase safety near a Flintshire high school

Traffic safety measures for Castell Alun High School area

Flintshire Council is to introduce new traffic measures to increase safety near a high school. A public notice has been published signalling the council’s intent to create a toucan crossing on the A550 Wrexham Road in Hope. To do this, the authority has been successful in securing funding from the Welsh Government.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  14 days ago 0
Traffic safety measures for Castell Alun High School area

Council planners finally approve Flintshire dairy farms popular milk vending machines

Listen to this article A local MP has welcomed the decision by Flintshire Council planners to give approval to farms popular milk vending machines following a long planning row. The self-serve machines, which offer bottled milk and milkshakes, were installed at Mynydd Mostyn farm in Trelogan, near Holywell, at the start of last year.

deeside.com ,  15 days ago 0
Council planners finally approve Flintshire dairy farms popular milk vending machines

Buckley ‘eyesore’ could be converted into apartments if plans are given green light

Listen to this article A potential ‘eyesore’ in Buckley could be converted into apartments if plans are given the go ahead. Flintshire Council has received a change of use application for the former electrical supplies shop on Mold Road in the town centre. The application seeks to alter the use of the building from retail to residential, with proposals to create six one-bedroom apartments.

deeside.com ,  15 days ago 1
Buckley ‘eyesore’ could be converted into apartments if plans are given green light

Buckley 'eyesore' apartment plans

A POTENTIAL ‘eyesore’ in Buckley could be converted into apartments if plans are given the go ahead. Flintshire Council has received a change of use application for the former electrical supplies shop on Mold Road in the town centre. The application seeks to alter the use of the building from retail to residential, with proposals to create six one-bedroom apartments.

leaderlive.co.uk ,  15 days ago 7
Buckley 'eyesore' apartment plans

Hawarden: Plans submitted for Manor Lane industrial unit to be converted into cafe

Listen to this article Jobs could be created if part of an industrial unit becomes a café and takeaway for drivers waiting for their cars to be serviced. An application has been made to Flintshire Council seeking to change the use of a unit at Jackson Court, Manor Lane, Hawarden.

deeside.com ,  16 days ago 2
Hawarden: Plans submitted for Manor Lane industrial unit to be converted into cafe