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Rogue landlords pay the penalty

Published on Monday, 6th August 2018 in Environmental health news

A rogue landlord who failed to carry out adequate gas and fire safety checks has been fined more than £2,000.


Drugs, antisocial behaviour and traffic offenders in the spotlight as Duxford comes to town

Published on Tuesday, 17th April 2018 in Council news news

Operation Duxford is back in the borough for the third time and has a range of engagement and enforcement activities throughout the day.


Anti-social behaviour focus of community engagement event

Published on Friday, 12th January 2018 in Council news news

The clip-clop of horse hooves could be heard around the streets of a Rotherham village this week as three special guests joined officers on patrol.


Nuisance neighbours warned following equipment seizure

Published on Wednesday, 6th December 2017 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

“We won’t tolerate noise nuisance, and if you don’t heed warnings, you could see your property confiscated.”


Public Spaces Protection Order comes into force

Published on Friday, 20th October 2017 in Council news news

Rotherham residents are reminded that the new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) comes into force in Rotherham today (Friday).


Success in off-road bike crackdown

Published on Friday, 9th December 2016 in Kimberworth news

Joint working between Police and Rotherham Council has resulted in a number of off-road motor-cycles and quad bikes being seized.


New hate crime initiative launched in Rotherham

Published on Friday, 20th May 2016 in Harassment - advice and support news

A new way of reporting hate crime in Rotherham has been launched in a bid to encourage victims to come forward.


Rotherham residents fined for eyesore properties

Published on Tuesday, 29th March 2016 in Housing news

Rotherham Council used new powers to fine two residents after they ignored requests to tidy up their gardens.


Operation Clover verdict - statement from Rotherham Council

Published on Wednesday, 24th February 2016 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

Rotherham Council reacts to today's verdict in the Operation Clover trial.


Safety first for Flanderwell residents

Published on Thursday, 28th January 2016 in Community and living news

Residents in Flanderwell were given advice and assistance to help keep themselves and their homes safe at an event this week.


New Selective Licensing scheme targets rogue landlords

Published on Tuesday, 15th December 2015 in Environmental health news

Tenants are starting to see improvements to their homes as Rotherham Council moves forward with its Selective Licensing scheme.


South Yorkshire councils launch campaign to tackle illegal tobacco

Published on Thursday, 29th October 2015 in Health and wellbeing news

Rotherham, Sheffield and Doncaster councils have joined forces to launch a campaign to stop children and young people accessing cheap and illegal cigarettes on the black market.


Responding to the statement issued by the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner in relation to protests

Published on Friday, 11th September 2015 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

The Leader of the Council and Commissioner Mary Ney have issued statements relating to those issued by the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner on Thursday.


Fly tipper brought to justice

Published on Wednesday, 1st July 2015 in Transport and streets news

A Rotherham Council tenant has been prosecuted and fined £1,000 for failing to clear a large amount of rubbish in his garden.


Rotherham uses new powers on anti-social behaviour

Published on Monday, 1st June 2015 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

New powers geared to tackling noise and disorder were used in Rotherham for the first time last month when council and police officers were called to a local flat.


Offenders who prey on vulnerable adults targeted in Rotherham scheme

Published on Wednesday, 22nd April 2015 in Help for adults news

Offenders who prey on vulnerable adults in Rotherham will be subject to the ‘wrath’ of South Yorkshire Police, thanks to a new initiative launched by the Vulnerable Persons Unit (VPU).


New horse act welcomed

Published on Thursday, 2nd April 2015 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

New laws to clamp down on people illegally abandoning horses have been welcomed by the Council.


Telephone scams warning

Published on Friday, 13th March 2015 in Community and living news

Rotherham residents, particularly the elderly, are being warned about the increase in 'cold callers' running telephone scams.


Licensing scheme for private rented sector

Published on Thursday, 18th December 2014 in Environmental health news

Landlords who own property in certain parts of Rotherham are to be the subject of a new licensing scheme in an effort to drive up the standards of rented accommodation.


Rotherham awarded White Ribbon status

Published on Wednesday, 26th November 2014 in Health and social care news

Rotherham has been awarded White Ribbon status in recognition of its contributions and ongoing efforts to tackle domestic abuse.


Police and Crime Commissioner - Election Results for Rotherham

Published on Friday, 31st October 2014 in Councillors, democracy and elections news

Rotherham's results for the Police and Crime Commissioner Election 2014 are now in.


Community Trigger aims to tackle anti social behaviour

Published on Monday, 20th October 2014 in Environmental health news

Residents in South Yorkshire have new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour in their communities.


Masbrough Chapel site owner told to clean up

Published on Tuesday, 29th July 2014 in Community and living news

The owners of the site of the former Masbrough Chapel have been formally served with a legal notice to “clean up” the land.


Prestigious nomination for Rother FM recognises partnership work

Published on Tuesday, 24th June 2014 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

Rother FM has been nominated for a prestigious radio industries social action award for their work on Rotherham’s hate crime radio campaign.


Kids call time on foul play

Published on Friday, 13th June 2014 in Bins, rubbish and recycling news

Kids from a Rotherham primary school have joined forces with local councillors to help call time on foul play in their area.


Residents warned over shed break-ins

Published on Thursday, 17th April 2014 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

Rotherham residents are being warned to be on their guard following a spate of break-ins to sheds and garages.


National Award for Child Sexual Exploitation Partnership

Published on Friday, 21st March 2014 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

Rotherham's Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Team have been successful following their recent nomination for a prestigious national award.


Rogue landlords prosecuted

Published on Tuesday, 18th March 2014 in Housing news

A married couple have been successfully prosecuted by the Council for failing to make repairs to a tenanted property they owned in Catcliffe.


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Published on Tuesday, 4th March 2014 in Councillors, democracy and elections news

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Council wardens get new powers to tackle antisocial behaviour

Published on Wednesday, 15th January 2014 in Anti social behaviour and nuisance news

Council wardens have teamed up with South Yorkshire Police to strengthen their powers in the the fight against anti-social behaviour.

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