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Basingstoke Boom
Basingstoke Boom
A SENIOR COUNCIL OFFICER has moved to reassure businesses and residents that vital infrastructure will keep pace with development as Basingstoke grows.
The festive season is now officially underway and the Basingstoke’s launch party drew huge crowds to the town centre.
Over 2,000 residents braved the cold on Sunday evening to welcome the BBC Children in Need & The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge to Hart.
Motorists using Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council car parks can now take advantage of a single mobile app for cashless parking.
Following a decision by Police and Crime Commissioner, Michael Lane, school pupils across Hampshire Policing Area will be able to benefit from a Cyber Ambassador scheme.
Aldi’s newest store was officially opened in Basingstoke by Olympic silver medallist Frances Houghton on Thursday morning, in front of a crowd of excited local shoppers.
One the biggest disruptions we will ever see is underway. It will change our world like never before creating opportunities and possibilities that will touch all our lives and affect the economies of countries all around the globe. This disruption is the anytime, anywhere connectivity brought about by the 5G revolution and the digital economies it enables.
NewRiver welcomed over 1,500 visitors of all ages and from a variety of areas at The Malls and the Aquadrome showing emerging ideas for the proposed £300 million transformation of Basingstoke Leisure Park. At the public exhibitions on Friday 5, Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October, visitors had the opportunity to learn more about what the future may bring and were invited to share their views and ideas on what they would like to see in a re-imagined leisure park of the future.
It’s true, as most local people will relate the water in Basingstoke is hard!
Lutyens and His Brick Works
Lutyens and His Brick Works
Sir Edwin Lutyens was a leading English architect known for imaginatively adapting traditional architectural styles to the requirements of his era. He designed many English country houses, war memorials and public buildings.
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