Uniper Technologies Limited proposes to demolish Conveyors 6 and 7 and the accompanying Conveyor Tower of the former Ironbridge Power Station and have submitted an Application for prior notification under Schedule 2 Part 11 of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order
Last Year Telford & Wrekin Council increased the cost of parking permits for non-residents and businesses to £115 from £55 in Ironbridge. Following representations made to the Council by the local community a decision has been taken to reverse the charges to the original cost of £55 per year
MP for Telford Lucy Allan has announced that she has had assurances from hospital chiefs, that Telfords PRH will keep the £28m Womens & Children's Centre. It follows a recent meeting between Simon Wright - Chief Executive of the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, Lucy Allan MP and Co
Telford & Wrekin Council’s long awaited £500k Master Plan to control all aspects of planning and building development across the Borough has run into serious trouble following the recent Planning Inquiry chaired by a high powered inspector appointed by the Secretary of State.
As a World Heritage Site, there is a legal requirement to have a Management Plan in place to oversee the conservation and protection of the Site’s unique qualities while supporting the local community and businesses. The Ironbridge Gorge Heritage Site Management Plan and Conservation Area Manage
Councillor Tim Nelson, Newport North and West ward, shows his support for the police 'Operation Triumph', designed to keep bikers and other road users safe on Shropshire's roads this summer, and particularly the A41 past Newport.
Proposals to build a quarry to extract sand and gravel from a site off Pave Lane in Chetwynd Aston came before Telford & Wrekin Council’s planning committee last night, which was attended by many residents within the local community.
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