The Town Council has just been informed that the Planning Application to turn the old Greenland School into a care home which the Council lodged an official objection against has been withdrawn by the applicant. Stanley Town Mayor Cllr Carole Hampson said “I would like to thank everyone who attended the public meeting and for […]
The Agenda and supporting papers for next week’s Full Council meeting have been added to our documents page and are available to view/ download. On the Agenda for next week: Stanley Master Plan St George’s Church Closure War Memorials Council Budget Please note this meeting will be held at the Masonic Hall, Scott Street, Stanley […]
Following Stanley Town Council’s decision to sign the Armed Forces Covenant in the summer, Stanley Town Council were last week recognised by the MOD Employer Recognitions scheme and awarded a bronze award. The bronze award recognises the Town Council’s commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant by agreeing to ensure our recruitment processes treat ex-armed forces […]
Last night (21st October) Stanley Town Council hosted the 2019 Blooming Good Fun awards, a gala evening to award prizes for the most beautiful gardens, yards and business in the Stanley area and to thank the people and organisations from around the Stanley area who contributed to the Town Council’s first entry of the town […]
The Agenda and Background papers for next week’s meeting of Stanley Town Council are linked below. The meeting will take place at the Civic Hall, 6.30 pm on Tuesday 22nd October. A representative of the Stars Youth Project which is partially funded by the Town Council will be present to report on the activity of […]
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We are the Local Council for Annfield Plain, Bloemfontein, Catchgate, Clough Dene, Craghead, Greencroft, Harelaw, Kip Hill, The Middles, New Kyo, No Place, Oxhill, Quaking Houses, Shield Row, South Moor, Stanley, Tanfield, Tanfield Lea, Tantobie, West Kyo and White-le-Head. With a population of more than 31,000, the Town Council represents one of the largest local council areas in County Durham.
The Council was set up in 2007 to give Stanley people a stronger voice and influence over matters affecting the area. In the current climate where we have a unitary County Council covering a huge area under significant financial pressure from ongoing budget reductions, the need for local representation is greater than ever.
The Council is committed to improving our area, improving the quality of life in all our communities and developing a sense of pride. The Council has the power to raise funds through Council Tax and invest in almost anything that will improve amenities for our residents.
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