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Written by Uppingham On Line   
Saturday, 10 March 2018 12:16

altHousing for the under 35s was the subject of a recent workshop run by the Uppingham First Community Partnership.

Pictured is the preferred illustrative design for six to eight apartments, chosen by the invited under 35 year old workshop guests, for an old Orchard site off Seaton Road in Uppingham recently offered for the purpose.

Illustrations of compact studio and apartment options were prepared and presented for discussion by GSS Architects of Northamptonshire. 

The feasibility study to explore the possibility of an under 35's housing trust in Uppingham, funded by Locality, continues.  

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Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum expresses concern about approach to updating Neighbourhood Plan

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 March 2018 14:43
 
Leader Addresses Business Forum PDF Print E-mail
Written by Uppingham Business Forum   
Saturday, 10 March 2018 12:15

altRutland County Council Leader Cllr Oliver Hemsley was the principal guest at the March 13th meeting of the Uppingham Business Forum where he had been invited to offer his thoughts on strengthening the working relationship between local businesses and Rutland County Council.

Taking place only a few days after International Women's Day, the meeting also provided the opportunity for local businesses to acknowledge the retirement of local trader and Uppingham business champion Kath Gilbert who is to cease trading following over 50 years in retailing.

Other agenda items at the Forum included a preview of the town's new Antiques, Arts, Books and Creative Crafts Trail, concern about a proposal to shrink the  number of shop frontages in Uppingham Town Centre and a presentation on the proposed Uppingham Virtual High Street Portal and smart phone app which aims to automatically detect the international or national location of future virtual visitors to the town and offer an audio visual welcome in an appropriate language via the Uppingham Webcam.                

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 March 2018 18:47
 
New Defibrillator PDF Print E-mail
Written by Uppingham Neighbourhood Forum   
Monday, 26 February 2018 07:55

altThe Uppingham network of defibrillators was strengthened this week with the addition of one of the latest models. Installed at Gerrard Court, off Johnson Road, the appliance is hosted by Spire Homes and was funded by the Rotary Club of Uppingham and Rotary International. 

The new defibrillator brings the Uppingham Network up to five which are supervised on a day to day basis by the Uppingham First Community Partnership. Uppingham Town Council funded one directly and Rotary, working with the Community Heartbeat Trust, is developing what will eventually become a network of seven defibrillators geographically distributed around the town. 

 

New employment opportunities in Uppingham - See here

Uppingham Business Forum - Tuesday March 13th - 6pm

                      Principal Guest - Cllr Oliver Hemsley - Leader - Rutland County Council
Last Updated on Monday, 26 February 2018 08:13
 
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