Category: Public protection

180 Public protection posts found.
Public protection

Have a safe and considerate Bonfire Night


Shropshire Council is determined to help your Bonfire Night celebration go with a bang – for all the right reasons. In the…

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UPDATED: Businesses urged to ensure they have pest control measures in place following rat infestation at local business


Clarification: The off licence Threshers Wine Shop in Shrewsbury is in no way associated with Threshers the online retailer. Shropshire Council’s health…

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People with food allergies to benefit as new allergen labelling law comes into force


Shropshire Council welcomes the new allergen labelling law which will provide extra protection for people in Shropshire with a food allergy, intolerance…

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Coronavirus: Businesses reminded of coronavirus responsibilities as winter approaches


News from Shrewsbury Recovery Taskforce Businesses are being urged to ‘stay on their guard’ against coronavirus to avoid any further restrictions being…

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Coronavirus: Advice on offer for Shropshire’s clubs and pubs  

Two glasses of beer

Shropshire Council is offering advice and support to clubs and pubs to assist the county’s nighttime economy to operate as safely as it can, following the lifting of the majority of mandatory coronavirus restrictions on…

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Illicit cigarettes and tobacco seized in Shrewsbury and Oswestry

Illicit cigarettes and tobacco

On Wednesday 21 July 2021 trading standards officers, working alongside colleagues from West Mercia Police, visited a number of retailers in the…

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Views sought on Gambling Act licensing policy


Shropshire Council, as the licensing authority for Shropshire, has commenced a consultation process on its ‘Statement of Principles’ under provisions contained in…

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Call to Landlords to check EPC rating on property

EPC rating

Shropshire Council’s Regulatory Services are reminding private landlords that they should not be continuing to rent out their homes if they have…

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Work begins to help to secure property on St Michael’s Street in Shrewsbury

110 St Michael's Street, Shrewsbury.

The owner of 110 St Michael’s Street in Shrewsbury has taken emergency measures to stabilise his building which is at risk of…

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Takeaway closed after council discovers mice infestation

Picture of a plate of salad, to illustrate story about food waste

Shropshire Council issued a hygiene emergency closure notice on a takeaway restaurant in Market Drayton after officers found an infestation of mice in…

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