803 items found, showing page 4 of 67

Library consultation

Residents invited to help us shape library services in Reading

  • Reading Library Service Consultation Launches today, Monday 9 August
  • Residents can take part online and in person
  • Consultation event at Central Library on Tuesday 24 August
Offices 1

Landlord Fined Over £14,000 For Safety Breach and Operating Without a HMO Licence

  • Prosecution serves as a "strong warning" to landlords to comply with the rules
  • Action brought by Reading Borough Council saw financial penalties totalling over £14,000 for two offences
  • Fine is an example of the Council Private Sector Housing Team's work to protect those who rent with private landlords
STP 0252-2

Council Supports Struggling Children and Families This Summer With Targeted Scheme

  • Struggling children and families will again benefit from Council support through the summer holidays
  • Community organisations will also receive grant funding to support families with food
Garden waste-2

Reading’s Green Waste Collections to Resume Mid-August

  • Green bin collections across Reading temporarily paused due to a high number of staff having to self-isolate
  • Aim for collections to resume mid-August if the situation continues to improve
  • Other bin collections of residual waste, recycling and food waste have continued as normal
  • Green bin subscriptions will be extended to cover any weeks missed

Don’t lose your voice - residents in Reading are urged to check their voter registration details from Reading Borough Council

  • Residents are urged to make sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
  • The easiest way to register is online 
View of Palmer Park

Construction begins at Palmer Park next week

  • Construction begins on the new community pool at Palmer Park on 2nd August
  • Phase 1 construction will start in the car park area
Dover Street Playground Multi-Unit Options

Residents invited to vote on new Dover Street playground options

  • Dover Street children's playground is set to benefit from an £85K investment
  • A selection of playground units and new equipment have been shortlisted
  • Local residents can vote for their preferred option in an online consultation at
  • The winning option will be announced mid-August and be ready for use in late October 2021
Riversley Court

Wensley Road Estate Set For Improvements As Planning Application Is Passed

  • Existing Wensley Road homes to benefit from improvements including triple glazing and redesigned entrances
  • Improvements form part of wider development that includes 46 new homes to allow tenants to move within the estate
  • Announcement follows news of a consultation on £116,000 investment in nearby Courage Park for younger residents
Courage Park

Residents Invited To Help Choose New Courage Park Playground Design

  • Reading Borough Council to invest £116,200 in Courage Park to improve access and play equipment
  • Of three proposals put forward, residents can vote on their favourite online until Friday 6 August
  • New play area forms part of wider improvements around the Wensley Road Estate, including new windows for existing homes, improved waste facilities and new homes
Youths drinking image-2

Reading Borough Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team To Mark UK’s First ASB Awareness Week

  • Reportable app launched to allow residents to report anti-social behaviour more easily
  • Move aims to support victims and make people feel safer in the Borough
  • Council's ASB Team works closely with Thames Valley Police around issues such as drug activity, exploitation and threatening behaviour
Garden waste pic

COVID-19 Pressures Force A Pause in Reading’s Green Waste Collections

  • Green bin collections across Reading will be paused for a minimum of two weeks from Monday due to a high number of staff having to self-isolate
  • Other bin collections of residual waste, recycling and food waste will continue as normal
  • Green bin subscriptions will be extended to cover any weeks missed
Street party stock image 1

Reading Communities Invited to Host Street Parties With No Road Closure Fees

  • Invitation to local communities in Reading for applications to host their own street parties in September
  • The Council is again waiving the usual street closure fee to encourage communities to apply