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Leaders at Shropshire Council have welcomed the Government announcement that it will provide a £1.5bn funding package for the UK arts and heritage sector.
Bank Steps in Bridgnorth are closed to the public for up to four weeks from today as works take place.
A trial suspension of the bus lane in Castle Street, Shrewsbury to provide additional space for pedestrians is set to remain in place until the end of September.
Combating climate change in rural settings is the focus for the new Countryside Climate Network.
Councillors and business leaders have welcomed news that Oswestry is set to receive £700,000 of government funding to help tackle empty properties and enhance the heritage of the town.
Shropshire Businesses set to re-open from 4 July – those in the hospitality and leisure sector, plus hairdressers and barbers – are being reminded that they must be sufficiently prepared to open in a ‘COVID-secure’ manner.
Following concerns about the recent amount of on-street parking by visitors to Carding Mill Valley, Shropshire Council is making changes to on-street parking.
Shropshire Council has today begun the search for its new chief executive. following the departure of Clive Wright in February.
Shropshire Council’s Cabinet will next month be asked to approve the latest – ‘pre-submission’ – version of the council’s new local plan, and agree that it goes out to consultation this summer.
The Leader of Shropshire Council, along with Shropshire’s MPs have spoken to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government to lobby for further funding for the county.
Shrewsbury town centre has seen a 67 per cent rise in footfall since non-essential retailers reopened on Monday 15 June.
Shropshire Council has bid for more than £46million of Government funding to help improve bus services across the county.