It’s time to ban pavement parking

November 16, 2020 It’s clear that pavement parking is one of the major barriers to walking in residential areas and we believe it should be banned. It is dangerous and presents a risk to walkers,...

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New homes on records office site

October 30, 2020 Do you agree that the records office site is a suitable site for brand new housing and why? What type of housing do you think would be best for the records office site? What kind of housing...

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Have your say on the future of the seafront – Closing date 30 October 2020

October 21, 2020 If you wish to complete the online survey on the Collaborative Enhancements Plan and/or the Draft Seafront Masterplan, please do so by midnight on 30 October. See both links below. You can...

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Road closures from 26 October

October 21, 2020 Road closures to West Street, Bathing Lane, Bath Square to allow for crane access for building repairs...

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1982, Crowds greeting HMS Invincible returning from the Falklands

October 21, 2020 Hard to imagine ever going back to anything so socially undistanced! (All effort has been made to find the owner of this image.)...

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Anglepoise collaboration, exhibitions and Christmas 2020

October 14, 2020 With Autumn’s arrival, Hotwalls Studios are excited to share news about new collaborative projects, Open Studios and our fast approaching Christmas programme. First stop, working with...

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Maintenance works to seawall starts today!

October 3, 2020 Please be advised that maintenance works to repair a section of the seawall that suffered storm damage are due to take place w/c 5 October at 10 Gun Battery (the seawall next to the Square...

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Draft transport strategy for Portsmouth

October 2, 2020 PCC are delighted to announce the consultation on their draft transport strategy.  This strategy will shape the way that people travel in Portsmouth over the next 16 years, and they are...

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Elm Grove and Kings Road cycle lane

September 30, 2020 Portsmouth has been awarded £214,515 in funding from the government’s Emergency Active Travel Fund to create temporary schemes to enable social distancing while walking and cycling....

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Roads enforcement and safety survey

September 25, 2020 In 2018, 1,784 people were killed on Britain’s roads – this included 456 pedestrians and 48 children. In addition, 25,511 people were seriously injured. The Government is currently...

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