More households to get popular food waste recycling scheme thanks to Lib Dem proposals
Plans are being developed to double Portsmouth's food waste recycling and pave the way for twice as many homes to take part, with a £22.2m specialist anaerobic digestion facility also being considered.
People sleeping rough in Portsmouth are to get more support, following a successful bid for funding by the Liberal Democrat run city council.
The city council will use the cash to provide more housing advice and intensive support to homeless people.
For people already sleeping rough, the goal wi...
Helping people facing homelessness is a top priority for the Liberal Democrat group who run Portsmouth City Council.
Now a £1.5m push to improve temporary accommodation for people at risk of homelessness is to be considered by all councillors.
Portsmouth City Council provides temporary accommodat...
Portsmouth has been praised by OFSTED with a glowing report for inclusion in the city.
The inspection looked at the way education, health and care work together to meet the needs of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability.
It praised the city’s strong leadership an...
Portsmouth is forecast to be the second-fastest growing city in terms of GVA (gross value added) by the end of 2020, according to a report published by the UK Powerhouse study.
The city’s Liberal Democrat run council recently worked with other partners in the city to formulate a new Economic Deve...
Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Leader of the Council, gave a speech today to full council, introducing his administration's proposed budget:
"Lord Mayor, and colleagues, it is my pleasure to move the council's revenue budget for 2020/21 and the forecasts for the financial years 2020/21 to 2023/24 an...