Thu 23 Nov 2017
DETECTIVES investigating a kidnap and attempted robbery of a bank by a fake police officer and a gang of masked men have made two arrests.
By Admin on Fri 18 Dec 2015
TENANTS are starting to see improvements to their homes under a controversial new selective licensing scheme, according to council officials.
By Michael Upton on Thu 04 Jun 2015
SEVERAL new buildings across Rotherham, including houses and a school, have been acclaimed in a regional building excellence awards.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 22 Apr 2015
PROPOSALS for a former town centre college block to be converted into 72 flats have been passed.
By Admin on Fri 13 Feb 2015
THE number of working people applying for housing benefit in Rotherham has more than doubled in five years.
By Admin on Thu 18 Dec 2014
RESIDENTS bidding to ensure a problem footpath remains closed have won their fight.
By Adele Forrest on Wed 14 May 2014
SCOUTS and guides from Rother Valley South are “bee-ing” asked to get involved in a creative campaign to help save the population of British bees.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 30 Apr 2014
A FORMER nursing home will be demolished to make way for an estate of ten new homes.
By READER: A Richardson on Wed 12 Mar 2014
REGARDING the controversial decision by the Planning Inspector to add another 3,000 homes to the Local Plan making 17,000 homes to be built. There seems to be a mismatch somewhere. We were informed that Group4S, the company responsible for dispersing asylu
By READER: Cath Hallam on Wed 12 Mar 2014
I READ recently in your paper that following a report by planning inspector, Richard Hollox, that Rotherham Council have been told they can no longer prioritise brownfield sites for housing and that they must add a further 3,000 homes to the local plan. He
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 27 Feb 2014
A HOUSING developer is backing the British Heart Foundation by giving £50 for each property reserved at its Waverley development during February.
By Amy Westby on Thu 30 Jan 2014
AN INSPECTOR has told Rotherham Council it must add an extra 3,000 new houses to its controversial Local Plan.
COUNCIL tenants’ rent will go up by 6.57 per cent — an average of £4.54 a week under plans approved this week.
By Michael Upton on Thu 23 Jan 2014
DROP-IN sessions are being held over the next month as part of a consultation on plans to impose licences on hundreds of Rotherham houses.
By Amy Westby on Tue 14 Jan 2014
DEVELOPERS will have to wait until next month to find out if their appeal to overturn a planning decision has been successful.
By Admin on Thu 24 Oct 2013
FORMER housing minister John Healey has backed a second bill calling for letting agents to be regulated.