Saturday 15th - October 2006 - Towards A 'Market Square With Vision' - The need to reduce the number of stalls on Northampton Market to a sensible and viable level was a necessary step towards rationalising the centuries old custom of shopping outdoors to meet today’s demand. NBC’s Market Square Client Group agreed eighteen months ago, to create a smaller, but high quality and flexible open market on the Market Square and to use the remaining part of the square as a civic space.
'Greyfriars Bus Station --- Good or Bad?' - Following John Sheinman's controversial artical on the future of Northampton Town Centre published in the Chronicle & Echo on 25th September 2006 a number of people responded. The following was typical of the many letters received and John's reply is included as they were both published by the Chronicle & Echo on 2nd October 2006.
Monday 6th February 2006 - Thomas Adams has a vision for Northampton. Read more about his plan and Norhtampton's ring doughnut syndrome here.
Tuesday 24th Januaray 2006 - Phil Larrett, Leader of Northampton Borough Council has announced his resignation on Monday 23rd January. His position has been taken over by Tim Hadland.
Councillor Tim Hadland
Wednesday 26th December 2005 - An Architect's Vision of Northampton - Learn more about the rich architectural history of Northampton with this detailed tour compiled by Patrick Duerden.
Thursday 15th December 2005 - Opening ceremony and dedication of the Francis Crick Memorial Sculpture Funded by the Wilson Foundation and supported by Northampton Borough Council and Northants County Council Artist Lucy Glendinning.