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Ludlow Town Council
Ludlow

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The next Council meeting is:-

Full Council 21st January 2019 - 7pm Guildhall

For the agenda please click on the link above


Refurbishment of Public Toilets

At Linney Riverside Park

You are invited to tender for the upgrading and enhancement of the public toilet facilities at Linney Riverside Park in Ludlow.

The information supplied on this sheet applies to both or either tender.

The tender has been split in to two sections:

a)    Building work – internal & external

b)    Internal fitting of sanitary ware and associated items as specified

Companies are invited to quote for both sections, or one section only.

In order to assist your tender design the following documents are attached for your information:

·         Linney Public Toilet Specification

·         Plan of area

Quotations should be submitted on the attached form and each section should be costed individually (it should be clear how these costs have been calculated).

Each tendering firm shall submit their tender documents in a sealed envelope marked 'Tender for Linney Riverside Park Toilets'.  Thank you.

Tenders must be received at the Guildhall, Mill Street, Ludlow SY8 1AZ by 4.30pm on Friday 8th February 2019.

Evaluation Criteria
1.         Ability of contractor to complete the work by 30 June 2019 (15%)
2.         Price (60%)
3.         Quality and durability warranty relating to workmanship, materials and fittings      proposed to be used (25%)

    The council shall not be obliged to accept the lowest or any tender, quote or estimate.

Project Timescale

Once approval has been obtained from the Council to proceed, it is anticipated that the successful tenderer will be notified in late March 2019.

The project should be completed by 30th June 2019.

 Tenders must be received at the Guildhall, Mill Street, Ludlow SY8 1AZ by 4.30pm on Friday 8th February 2019.

Please use both of the documents listed below:

Download the Full Specification - HERE

Click Here to access the tender quotation form

 



SHAPING A VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF LUDLOW

The first meeting to explore the goals and to select some priorities to action will be held on Thursday
17th January at the Methodist Church in Broad Street at 7.00 pm. 


Following the questionnaire in the summer which invited every household to share their views about Ludlow now and about Ludlow in the future, six key themes from the analysis of the survey have emerged.  The areas that are a priority for Ludlow people are:

·         young and older people

·         tourism and economic development

·         health and wellbeing

·         environment and green space

·         crime and safety

·         transport, parking and road safety

We are setting up community led groups to start work on addressing and developing many of the needs and improvements that Ludlow people identified as a priority for the town. Some of the priorities include giving greater support and positive opportunities for young people, addressing the needs of vulnerable groups, including the elderly, improving the local environment, increasing tourism in the town and supporting the market and independent shops.

We are looking for local people who want to make a difference to support the and develop Ludlow for the future, a town that’s vibrant, economically active and supportive of all its community.   

Each of the small informal working groups will be led by a member of the community with the relevant skills and experience, working alongside a Ludlow Town councillor. You do not need to have any direct experience or skill set, just an enthusiasm to make a difference.

The first meeting to explore the goals and to select some priorities to action will be held on Tuesday 17th January at the Methodist Church in Broad Street at 7.00 pm. 

Everyone is welcome to come along and be involved in shaping the next steps for Ludlow’s future. For an informal chat about how you can get involved please contact Erica Garner on 07974001310 or email ludlowcommunityplan@gmail.com


 

Click on the image for
Ludlow Calendar of Events 2019 


Ludlow Town Council Budget 2019/ 20

Please click here for more information 

 

Ludlow Town Council would like to thank residents for taking part in our budget consultation in recent years. 

 

Last year, we were pleased to hear that residents supported safeguarding Ludlow’s play areas, and we have made provision in the budget, and are in the process of negotiating the transfer with Shropshire Council. 

 

In the last few years, Ludlow Town Council has focused on strengthening its the finances to enable the process of change.   Recent changes have included opening Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross in 2016, refurbishment works to the Guildhall in 2017 /18, progressing the works to the Town Walls, and supporting local bus services.  Future changes include taking on twelve play areas from Shropshire Council, and supporting a sustainable future for Visitor Information Services.  However, Ludlow Town Council understands that continual increases to Council Tax is unsustainable. 

Ludlow Town Council is committed to no Council Tax increase in 2019/20. 
 
 

 


 

MAYOR'S CHARITY EVENTS 2018-19

 

The Mayor's Charity for 2018-19 is Ludlow Young Health which supports young people in Ludlow.

 

The next event will be:

 

Mayor's Charity Thai Curry Evening

Tuesday 5th March 2019

 

 

Forthcoming Events

 

Mayor's Charity Dance Evening

Saturday 9th March 2019 - Ludlow Assembly Rooms - 8.30pm

 

Tickets £9.00 each available from the Guildhall

  

 

 


 

Ludlow Town Council is subject to an annual eternal audit.  For the audit of 2017/18, the external auditor is PKF Littlejohn. 

Please click here for the Notice of Audit for the financial year 2017 /18 and Right of Inspection

 

Please click here for the Auditor's Interim Report


Please click below for links to:

Annual Return 2017 /18

Annual Governance Statement 2017 / 18

Annual Accounting Statement 2017 / 18



Notice of Electors Rights of Inspection 


  Click for Ludlow Town Council's Budget & Precept for 2018 / 19 




     

The Shaping of Ludlow’s new Town Plan

 Click here for an update


 REPRESENTATIONAL COMMITTEE MEETING - WEDNESDAY 9TH JANUARY 2019 AT 7PM

 

 The next Full Council meetings are on 18th February and 25th March 2019

 Meeting dates for our three committees and Full Council can be found here

Minutes from all committees and Full Council can be found here


Annual Return 2017 /18

Annual Governance Statement 2017 / 18

Annual Accounting Statement 2017 / 18



Notice of Electors Rights of Inspection 


  Click for Ludlow Town Council's Budget & Precept for 2018 / 19 

 

 GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS (GDPR)

Click HERE for Ludlow Town Council's Privacy Notice and Data Protection Policy


 Ludlow Town Council's Response to
Shropshire Council's Parking Strategy Decisions
click here


              
A new Ludlow Community Led Plan is being developed

 LUDLOW NOW …. LUDLOW NEXT …. click this link for more info

Ludlow’s residents and businesses are going to have the opportunity to shape the future of their town and have a say in how it operates for the next five years under the new Community-Led Plan!



 Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross

  Open Every Week.

Friday 10-4pm, Saturday 10-4pm, Sunday 10-4pm.

Adults: £1

Children: 50p

Under-fives: free

 

Follow the link to The Friends of Ludlow Museum Website


 

Ludlow Community Hospital MUST stay.

Its accessible high quality health care is essential for Ludlow town and the South West Shropshire area.

Our community strongly opposes the current threats to hospital inpatient beds, Ludlow Minor Injuries Unit, and Ludlow Maternity Unit.

 

Please sign the petition:

https://www.gopetition.com/petitions/save-ludlow-hospital.html


Annual Return for the year ended 31st March 2017

 


 

 

Notice of Conclusion of the Audit Annual Return
for the year ended 31st March 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

WALKING FOR HEALTH IN LUDLOW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Walking Co-Ordinator Helen Foxall 01743 255059

 


 

 

For regular updates from Ludlow Museum @ The Buttercross

please follow the link below

 

 

 

 


 

 

Summer Buttercross Bulletin - Out Now!

 

 


 

  

Annual Report for 2017-2018

Click here to read the annual report for 2017-2018

 

 


     

    

 
  

 

 

 


 

LUDLOW COMMUNITY HEALTH NEWS

 


 

CRIME REDUCTION IN SOUTH SHROPSHIRE

 


 Shropshire Hills and Ludlow Brochure
 


 Linney Riverside Park
River Teme Levels - click on link

http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/river-and-sea-levels/120765.aspx?stationId=2086


 

 

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      The historic market town of Ludlow is celebrated for its distinctive individual charm. Ludlow Town Council (LTC) is proud to be actively involved development of Ludlow for the benefit of residents and visitors. 

Ludlow still retains elements of its original medieval layout and has nearly five hundred listed buildings. Arguably, the most famous is the magnificently preserved ruin of Ludlow Castle dating from 1085. 



WWI 1914-1918
Centenary Commemorations

Click here for more information on the interactive display.


Members are considering school sustainability in Shropshire.  

Please click here for more information

 

 

The majority of services in Shropshire and Ludlow are provided by:

Shropshire council logo 
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On 1 April 2009 Shropshire became a unitary authority called  Shropshire Council, which assumed responsibility for all services previously provided by district councils and county county including: