10 - October 2018


10 - October 2018

In this section you will find press releases and public notices from October 2018

  • Indian restaurant loses alcohol licence

    A Bexhill restaurant has been ordered to stop serving alcohol, after an appeal against the revocation of its licence was dismissed.

  • Suspended jail term for fly-tipping forestry expert

    An expert in woodland management has been handed a suspended jail sentence for illegally fly-tipping waste 'on an industrial scale' on protected woodland in Rother.

  • Tributes to Cllr Stuart Earl

    Rother District Council is sad to report that Cllr Stuart Earl, member for Bexhill St. Marks ward, died in the early hours of this morning (Thursday, October 18 2018) after a period of illness. The flag at Bexhill Town Hall will be flying at half mast today as a mark of respect.

  • Represent your community - stand for election

    People interested in standing for election in Rother are invited to an event at which they can find out more about how they could represent their community.

  • Council could buy-up land to tackle homelessness

    'Stalled' housing development sites could be compulsorily purchased by a council to provide more affordable housing - in a bid to tackle a growing homelessness problem.

  • Game, set and match for summer tennis sessions

    A community tennis scheme in Bexhill holds its last session of the year this weekend - having proved a hit with residents of all ages.

  • Last chance for views on Local Plan

    People in Rother have one last chance to have their say on a plan which will shape how the district will develop over the next decade.

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