Home Tags Shropshire Council
Tag: Shropshire Council
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.
The recent archaeological dig in Nesscliffe Hillfort has been hailed a success after finds of national significance.
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held in Shrewsbury today to officially mark the end of the town centre Pride Hill enhancement work.
An innovative new way of repairing Shropshire’s potholes more quickly, quietly and effectively is to be rolled out across the county following a successful trial.
Work is to begin on a cutting-edge level crossing upgrade at Whittington level crossing later this week.
A rogue trader has been handed a custodial sentence of 27 months imprisonment following an investigation by Shropshire Council's trading standards team.
Shrewsbury and Oswestry have missed out on a share of a £675 million government Future High Street Fund after not being shortlisted in the 50 areas that have been taken forward to business case stage.
A major facelift of the kerbs and paving on High Street and at the bottom of Pride Hill in Shrewsbury begins this week.
A ten-week public consultation on a number of strategic development sites in the Shropshire Council area has begun today.
The leader of Shropshire Council has today issued a statement saying the Council has absolutely no intention of seeking any amalgamation with Telford & Wrekin Council.