|Background images||This is the page gallery of all the background images used on the Copeland website. To view the full un-cropped version in a new window, please click on the image.||03 Jul 2013|
|Useful emergency contact numbers||
A list of contact numbers of organisations that can help you in times of an emergency such as flooding.
|05 Feb 2013|
|Our new Market Hall offices - What's changed?||
Our main reception is in the Market Hall, and we have an appointment system to help you see who you need. There is now no public access to the Copeland Centre, apart from for arranged meetings.
Please see below for more information about the Market Hall, or call us on 019465 98300 if you would like to speak to a customer service officer.
|14 Feb 2017|
|How do you communicate with residents?||07 Aug 2013|
|Copeland Matters September 2011||
Our quarterly newspaper for Copeland residents.
|05 Dec 2012|
|Copeland Matters - March 2013||
The last edition of Copeland Matters in print.
|16 Oct 2013|
|Budget consultation 2013-15 document||
This document outlines our proposals for finding the £2.6 million of savings we need. Please let us have your views by completing our on-line questionnaire.
|24 Jan 2013|
|Questions and answers around the budget||
We have prepared some frequently asked questions about the budget proposals.
|24 Jan 2013|
|Dispatches||The latest edition of Dispatches has an environmental focus.||02 Aug 2013|
|The changing face of public services||
The future of public services is changing, and no area of service provision will be untouched by these changes. This is the case not only in local government, but also in the civil service, the NHS and others.
This page outlines what we think the future of Copeland Borough Council service provision will be, along with some examples from other local councils and public services of the tough decisions they are making, and news and reports on the state of public finances.
|24 May 2017|
|Summary of Achievements 2014||
A taste of some of the achievements and projects Copeland council has been involved with in the last year.
|22 May 2014|
We have received 0 applications from March 2015 - March 2016.
Cumbria Community Safety Partnership, which includes the Police, the Council and registered housing providers, work together to tackle anti-social behavior and hate incidents.
Anti–Social Behaviour (ASB) is defined as ‘behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress’ to members of the public and is a broad term describing day- to-day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that can make the lives of those that suffer it a misery.
|10 Mar 2016|
|Egremont flooding update leaflet||
A leaflet giving the latest (as of March 2014) on measures taken in Egremont to alleviate flooding.
|01 Apr 2014|
|Creating Careers press release||
We are supporting a project which will offer nine long-term unemployed people from Copeland jobs within the Sellafield Ltd Infrastructure Strategic Alliance (ISA) contract following the successful completion of a pilot employment support programme.
|26 Aug 2014|
|Creating Careers - Morgan Sindall's press release||
A press release from Morgan Sindall about the Creating Careers scheme - a scheme we are supporting which creates apprenticeships in Copeland.
|26 Aug 2014|
|NWCC - project information booklet||
This is the North West Coastal Connections information booklet. It relates to National Grid's plans to route power from the planned new reactor at Moorside near Sellafield.
|03 Sep 2014|
|Seagulls - our policy||
Seagulls are part of living by the sea - but they can sometimes cause problems and this document explains how to help us address those.
|04 Aug 2014|
|Pow Beck Valley stadium - more information||
This document tells you more about the Pow Beck Stadium Project Review Report.
|30 Sep 2014|
All you need to know about our discounted food digesters.
|06 Aug 2014|
|Pow Beck Stadium project review report||
COPELAND Borough Council has published a report looking at the lessons from the Pow Beck Valley Stadium project.
This report sets out the results of a review commissioned by the council to see what could be learnt from the project and the council’s response to the review.
|01 Oct 2014|
|Council secures £130,000 for weather repairs||
Copeland Council is one of the few to make full use of the Bellwin Scheme - goverment money to offest the cost of repairs after extreme weather.
|26 Aug 2014|
|Community Trigger Referral Form||
The broad nature of anti social behaviour (ASB) means that responsibility for dealing with it rests across a number of agencies and whilst the Cumbria Community Safety Partnership is committed to tackling the harm caused by ASB it is accepted that we may not always get it right and the trigger is a way of empowering victims and holding agencies to account.
|02 Mar 2015|
|Copeland Open For Business||
More than 300 representatives from businesses across the UK flocked to the Copeland Open for Business Conference in Whitehaven to discover how to make the most of the estimated £90 billion investment in West Cumbria over the next 20 years.
|23 Nov 2015|
|Changes to Flood Resilience Grant Scheme||
PLEASE NOTE - This information is subject to change
Some changes have been made to the Flood Resilience Grant scheme (now known as the Property Resilience Grant Scheme), the changes reflect the developing government guidance and information district councils have received from our residents and businesses.
|27 Jan 2016|
|Application for a Property Resilience Grant||
Application for a Property Resilience Grant
|02 Feb 2016|