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Portsmouth to introduce wheelie bins for waste collections

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Portsmouth City Council 2011Residents across Portsmouth are set to receive new wheelie bins as part of a move to protect weekly rubbish collections and encourage recycling.

The move follows trials across the city where the use of the new bins saw the amount of rubbish being disposed of reduce in some areas by around 20 per cent.

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Unlocking The D-Day Story for young people

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The D-Day Story is working with Unloc to shape the new exhibition's events programme to design and run events targeted at young people.

The project - which has been made possible by National Lottery players - aims to involve young people in shaping the museum's events programme. They will design and run events held at The D-Day Story including an event during Victorious Festival in 2019.

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Shaping Programme Roundup

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The first half of 2018 has been a busy one across the Shaping family. Here’s a quick roundup of some of what’s been going on since the last major update at the Shaping Conference in January.

Business  Enterprise 100pxOur Business & Enterprise team have expanded the Business Support Bank. Now into it’s second year, the Bank has already delivered nearly 100 hours of free mentoring to small businesses in Portsmouth. The team is recruiting new mentors and expanding the offer to as many new applicants as possible. They are also working on two new project pilots; supporting onward career options for service leavers alongside the Career Transition Partnership, and supporting small businesses looking to raise money through crowdfunding, in partnership with the Crowdfunder platform.

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Have your say on the future of Southsea's seafront

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Starting on the Wednesday 4 July, two new public consultations will be launched which will begin to help shape an exciting future for one of the city's most cherished assets.

The first consultation will be on options for new sea defences along 4.5km of seafront, from Old Portsmouth to Eastney. The Southsea Coastal Scheme team will have lots more sketches and visualisations of their ideas, and they’ll be asking the public for help with some big decisions. These include how some of the seafront roads could be used in the future and how the new defences could look near South Parade Pier. The public also be able to sign-up to future workshops where they can interrogate the emerging designs with the help of experts, who will explain the opportunities and constraints in each area.

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