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.
Concerning today's Conservative announcement relating to tougher measures for rogue landlords, the Conservative Group in Telford and Wrekin welcomed national measures to protect tenants, but urged Telford and Wrekin Council to reform their proposals so as not to unfairly punish good landlords by
Telford Wrekin Conservative leader has welcomed the intervention of the Council’s Labour Speaker Cllr. Charles Smith, who has suggested a single motion at the Council’s forthcoming Emergency meeting over the possible overnight closure of the Princess Royal’s accident and Emergency unit.
Following SaTH’s thinly veiled threat of overnight closure of the Princess Royal Hospital’s Accident & Emergency Unit and the Conservative Group’s Emergency Council Meeting called to agree a suitable response; the Labour Leader of Telford & Wrekin Council has been invited to Co-propose a
Telford and Wrekin Conservative Councillors, Nicola Lowery (Ironbridge Gorge) and Eric Carter (Newport South and East) recently met with the Chairman of Telford Steam Railway Paul Hughes following on from the recent stakeholder meeting regarding the future of the Ironbridge Power Station and the
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