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
Newport Town Council are preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan ('NDP'), to promote a number of policies. Core to this work is the vital protection of Newport's green spaces from uncontrolled development.
Last night saw Telford & Wrekin Planning Committee determine the outcome of planning application submitted by Kier Group plc TWC/2015/0843 Land off Peregrine Way, Leegomery, Telford, Shropshire Reserved matters application for 100no. dwellings.
Councillor Eric Carter, who also sits as the Chairman of the Newport Regeneration Partnership (NRP), has praised the recent news concerning the investment in Newport, and has highlighted his continued commitment to growth in jobs in the town.
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