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Trafford launches Scores on the Doors’ food hygiene scheme

Trafford Council has announced that it is launching the national Food Hygiene Rating Scheme locally this week during National Food Safety Week . Th...

Shape the future of Trafford neighbourhood forums

Trafford Council have announced a series of neighbourhood forums throughout the borough will look at the future of the forums and give residents a ...

Urmston man claims £17K in benefits whilst living in Portugal

An Urmston man who was living in Portugal whilst claiming more than £17,000 of benefits has been convicted of benefit fraud. 63 year old Sidney Hy...

Aldi to open in Urmston’s Eden Square

Premium discount supermarket Aldi has announced that it is taking 16,000 sq ft premises in phase two of the Eden Square development in Urmston town...

Trafford Council hires out electricity monitors to residents

Trafford Council has set up a pilot scheme for residents so they can borrow electricity monitors to gauge how much energy they are using and how mu...

Trafford suffers spate of gully grate thefts

Thieves are costing Trafford’s council taxpayers thousands of pounds and putting pedestrians in danger by stealing gulley grates. Since Septe...

Trafford sets its budget for next financial year

Trafford Council passed its budget for the next financial year last night, Wednesday 23 February, which included a pledge not to increase council t...

“Respect the lollipop” – Trafford reminds motorists of legal obligations

A new road safety scheme has been launched across the borough of Trafford to remind motorists to stop for school crossing patrols. The scheme, R...

Councils warning over bogus charity collections

With the big increase in the number of charities collecting unwanted goods through plastic bags left at the door Trafford Council is warning reside...

It’s official – Corrie is moving to Trafford

Plans were approved last night by Trafford Council’s planning committee to relocate the famous Coronation Street set to a site next door to t...

Trafford’s benefits bus going back on the road

Trafford’s benefits bus is taking to the streets again at the end of this month, to offer advice and guidance for people with questions about...

Trafford social care improves, but cuts of £8.7m are coming

Trafford Council is the only north-west authority to have improved its latest Care Quality Commission rating for adult social care and one of only ...

Trafford consults public on car parking review

Residents, traders and other interested groups are now able to have their say on car parking across Trafford as part of a borough-wide review of ca...

Trafford reveals how it will make £12m cuts this year

Trafford Council’s executive last night announced that it has agreed draft proposals for the forthcoming financial year’s budget. Traff...

25,000 public sector jobs to go in north-west, says TUC

More than 25,000 jobs are to go in public bodies in the north-west as a result of the Tory-led coalition cuts, according to a survey by the North W...

Cuts: Trafford’s Citizen’s Debate results now available online

The results from Trafford Council’s Citizens’ Debate are now available to view online. Following the government’s Comprehensive S...

Festive Free ends but Trafford Council to review parking

Trafford Council’s festive Free after 3pm parking initiative finishes on the 16 January. This temporary scheme was introduced to support busi...

Trafford’s residents invited to hear results of Citizens’ Debate

Trafford residents are being given the opportunity by their council to hear how their views are influencing how the Council is proposing to deliver...

Trafford Council on the move

Trafford Council staff will be moving to Quay West on Trafford Wharf Road during the 18 month redevelopment of Trafford Town Hall. The Town Hall...

Trafford’s advice on New Year local recycling

Local people are being encouraged to help Trafford become a greener borough by recycling their Christmas trees. Once again, Trafford has Christmas ...

Corrie moves to Trafford

The worst kept secret in Manchester’s world of media is out this morning. Coronation Street is to be completely rebuilt as ITV announced plan...

8.9 per cent spending cuts for Manchester are announced

The ten Greater Manchester authorities are to lose £215m in Central Government funding next year as a result of this afternoon’s announcemen...

Council aims to beat the freeze with quad bike gritters

As the first bad weather of the winter begins,Trafford Council is well-prepared to deal with this year’s winter weather and additional areas ...

Your chance to find out about Trafford’s local history

Trafford residents will be able to find out more about their local history, thanks to a series of roadshows being organised by Trafford CouncilR...

Trafford’s Free after 3 returns for Christmas

Trafford Council’s  Free after 3pm parking scheme is being reintroduced for two months to cover the Christmas and New Year period. From 18 N...

Trafford’s I-phone app is proving popular

More than one thousand people have downloaded Trafford Council’s free iPhone application since it was launched just over a month ago accordin...

Trafford presses ahead with town hall redevelopment

A York-based company, Shepherd Developments, has been chosen to redevelop Trafford Council’s Town Hall. The plans include opening up the comp...

Free electric blanket testing for Trafford residents

Trafford Trading Standards are offering residents free electric blanket testing to help them stay safe and warm this winter. Also, as a result of f...

Trafford consults its residents on tomorrow

Trafford Council wants residents to have their say on how the Borough should change over the next 15 years a. The Core Strategy will set out how Tr...

Councils under pressure to put spending details online

Local authorities that don’t put their spending detail online are denying the public the right to hold their council to account, Secretary of...

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