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The New Saints Football Club and Shropshire Council have resolved an ongoing issue over the alleged non-payment of a grant.
A council-led initiative to identify housing needs across the county has officially launched its first town-wide survey this week in Whitchurch.
A scheme to support children who have witnessed domestic abuse has been launched in Shropshire.
Shropshire Council is to absorb a ‘convenience fee’ charged by MiPermit for those who use cashless parking in Shropshire’s market towns.
Park and ride buses operating from the Meole Brace site in Shrewsbury will run every 10 minutes from Monday 11 November until Christmas Eve as part of a trial.
Shropshire Council's highways team received over 300 flood-related calls after the county experienced an exceptional amount of rainfall over the course of just two days.
The current public consultation on a proposed second roundabout at Mile End in Oswestry is about to end.
Work to improve the Mount Pleasant crossroads on the A529 near Market Drayton has been completed over a week and half ahead of schedule.
Specialist companies have been invited to put forward their proposals for developing Shrewsbury’s Riverside, with Shropshire Council seeking an expert team to produce a ‘Strategic Development Framework’ for the area.
Shropshire Councillors have today agreed £14 million funding and the transfer of land to enable its new wholly-owned local housing company to start building homes.
A public consultation about proposed improvements to Mile End roundabout in Oswestry is to begin next week before a planning application for the work is submitted.
Councillors and business leaders have welcomed news that Oswestry is set to benefit from a share of £40m of government funding.