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Blackpool Borough Council will remain a minority shareholder in Blackpool's airport following the deal, with a 5% stake.
Blackpool Borough Council, local police, trading standards officers and some businesses have pledged to promote the resort as a high-quality, family destination.
Blackpool Borough Council, which owns the zoo, let him off with a formal reprimand.
BLACKPOOL Borough Council wishes to procure voice and data telecommunications systems to support its ICT services.
Lynda Bennett, prosecuting for Blackpool Borough Council, said that The Hussain family from Shipley, West Yorkshire were on a mini break in Blackpool when they went in a Pizza Hut.
Burnley Borough Council - Lib Dem Bolsover District Council - Labour South Tyneside Council - Labour Hartlepool Borough Council - Labour Blackburn and Darwen Borough Council - Labour Copeland Borough Council - Labour Liverpool City Council - Labour Sefton Council - No overall control Doncaster Council - Labour NE Lincs Council - No overall control Sunderland City Council - Labour Hull City Council - Lib Dem Blackpool Borough Council - Conservative Wolverhampton City Council - No overall control
A spokesman for Blackpool borough council welcomed a fall in their shop vacancy rates over the past year and said that much was being done to boost trade.
Now Blackpool Borough Council have won a Proceeds of Crime Act order to claw back pounds 120,000 of her haul.
The 25-year contract with Blackpool Borough Council will provide for the replacement and maintenance of more than 16,000 street lights and more than 100 traffic signal junctions in the Blackpool area.
Blackpool Borough Council remains a minority shareholder in Blackpool's airport following the deal, with a 5% stake.
DLA Piper's engineering and construction team in Birmingham, led by partner Robert Norris and supported by associate Ray O'Connor and solicitor Alex Johnson, have completed work on the project for Blackpool Borough Council.