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Portsmouth City Council regulation team expands to support coronavirus compliance among the city's businesses

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Portsmouth City Council 2016A team of coronavirus liaison officers has joined the regulatory services team at Portsmouth City Council to help local businesses keep on top of coronavirus safety measures. The team will be responsible for responding to concerns about possible breaches of coronavirus safety rules and ensuring good compliance across the city.

The council has also introduced a new tool on its website where people can send details about businesses that may not be operating safely straight to the coronavirus liaison officers. This new reporting system aims to provide a quick and simple way to raise concerns in order to help maintain good coronavirus safety across Portsmouth. The council will then be able to act quickly to support these businesses with the advice and information they need to make sure they're following the government's 'COVID-secure' guidance.

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Park for an additional hour while you shop in September

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Shoppers are being given more time to enjoy their shopping experience on Portsmouth's high streets during September with an additional free hour's parking on top of the time they pay for in a number of our council car parks.

Portsmouth City Council continues to support the opening of local high streets by offering an additional hour free when paying in certain council car parks.

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Masterplan for the seafront set to go out for consultation

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Portsmouth City Council 2016Residents and visitors are set to get a further chance to comment on an updated masterplan for Southsea seafront.

The refreshed masterplan has been developed by Portsmouth City Council after consulting with local people in 2018 and 2019. It sets out guidelines for how the seafront could be improved and preserved.

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