Category: public protection

70 Public protection posts found.
Public protection

Holidaymakers warned to check where their cars are stored

05/02/2019
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Shropshire Council’s trading standards and licensing service is warning holidaymakers to be on their guard when booking airport parking following a number…

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Shropshire Council welcomes the result of RSPCA animal welfare prosecution

24/01/2019

Shropshire Council has supported an investigation, which was undertaken by the RSPCA, into the activities of Mrs Marcia Hollins-Jones, providing information and…

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Pride Hill, Shrewsbury art seller prosecuted

23/01/2019

Shropshire Council’s trading standards and licensing service has brought a successful prosecution under the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, which makes…

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Council proposes variation to Hackney carriage and private hire licence fees

07/01/2019
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Shropshire Council is proposing to vary its fees in relation to the licensing of Hackney carriage proprietors and drivers and for private…

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Event raises awareness of hoarding and its effects

04/12/2018
Hoarding example

An event which raises awareness of hoarding and its effects is being held this week at Shropshire Council’s Pride Hill Shopping Centre,…

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Council takes action against those deliberately flouting the law in Shrewsbury’s historic The Square

27/11/2018

Shropshire Council’s trading standards and licensing service has recently brought a number of successful prosecutions under the Shrewsbury and Atcham Borough Council…

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News from our partners: Landmark step in PCC’s Behind the Badge campaign

13/11/2018

News from our partners West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) On the day that Assaults on Emergency Workers Bill becomes law,…

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Whitchurch off-licence loses licence to sell alcohol

12/11/2018

Shropshire Council’s Licensing Act Sub-Committee has revoked the premises licence for The Local at 30-32 High Street, Whitchurch.  This follows a request…

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Telford private hire driver found guilty after failing to take a guide dog in his vehicle

07/11/2018

Following a trial at Telford Magistrates’ Court on Monday 5 November 2018, a private hire driver has been found guilty of an…

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News from our partners: Further controlled explosions will be carried out in Oswestry (update – 15:00 25/10)

25/10/2018

News from our partners West Mercia Police Earlier today (Thursday 25 October 2018) a controlled explosion was carried out in Oswestry after…

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