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Tree felling planned to protect Nesscliffe Hillfort

Shropshire Council is seeking permission from Historic England to begin the second phase of tree felling at its site at Nesscliffe Hillfort.

Shropshire has one of the highest quantities of waste per household in the country

Shropshire has one of the highest quantities of waste per household in the country, costing Shropshire Council over £33.5 million per year to collect and dispose of.

Town Centre residents rally over council’s indefinite closure of Quarry pool

Shrewsbury town centre residents are rallying after Shropshire Council failed to give a timescale for re-opening the Quarry pool, over two months since its closure in July for roofing repairs.

Shrewsbury Rangers providing reassurance on the streets

Shrewsbury Rangers are now patrolling Shrewsbury on a regular basis to provide reassurance to the public and help to reduce anti-social behaviour.

Further 12,500 streetlights to be converted to LED lighting

Shropshire Council is to begin work next month to convert a further 12,500 streetlights to LED lighting in the next 12 months.

Councillors get first look at unique new electric bus

Councillors on Shropshire Council’s cross-party public transport working group have been given a sneak preview of a new fully-electric, emission-free, bus.

Shropshire Council to provide further support to save under-threat bus services

Shropshire Council is to extend its financial support for a number of under-threat bus services until at least March next year.

Shropshire Council welcomes progress on Hospitals Transformation Programme

The Conservative administration at Shropshire Council has welcomed the news that the Department of Health and Social Care has approved the strategic business case submitted by Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin Integrated Care System (ICS) to configure the area’s acute hospital services.
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