The council's cabinet is to decide whether to adopt a new policy that allows them to tow vehicles causing highway obstructions due to unauthorised parking or safety concerns. It will also help them address vehicles whose owners consistently disregard penalty charge notices.
Up to seven weeks of government and university-funded improvement work will see the Wessex and Woodmill Lane junction closed to traffic, and one-way westbound traffic only on part of Woodmill Lane during the final three weeks.
It was minus four degrees but dry near the top of Ben Nevis when local couple Jess and Luke Tranter undertook their “challenging” climb of the highest mountain in the UK on Friday (Aug 4), to raise funds for Riverside Pre-school.
Coastal defence work is ongoing on the east bank of the Itchen at Centurion Industrial Park off Bitterne Road West, and close to the assumed site of the former Roman settlement of Clausentum>, under an apparent £2.9m contract >to construct a new seawall and walkway.>
Vehicular access to the old pitch and putt course on Riverside Park has today been blocked off with a large tree trunk and soil after the encampment apparently left by Friday morning ahead of the county court bailiff eviction scheduled for 10am.
In a bid to reduce litter in the city, new bins have hit the streets of Southampton, encouraging the public to vote on hot topics such as Scott Mills vs Craig David, or Barbie vs Oppenheimer, using their litter.
First reported on June 5, and following the installation of barriers, a road closure and even temporary lights, the sinkhole on St Catherine's Road at its junction with Bond Road has been repaired some 44 days later. Associated street clutter has been removed and Bond Road reopened to traffic.
Update: TriFest has been cancelled. More here. A group of crafters have created this amazing postbox topper that depicts next weekend's TriFest. They'll be running the craft tent at the Riverside Park festival, which takes place from 12-7pm on Saturday (July 22). Click through to see the video and pics - and take a look for yourself at the Triangle! • Looking ahead to TriFest – and back at how it all began
One student’s tumultuous journey from rock star photography to trainee physiotherapist – with a hand disability sustained along the way – is told as part of a current exhibition at the University of Southampton.