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Work taking place on the dual carriageway network in Telford. Photo: Telford & Wrekin Council

Dual carriageway maintenance work underway in Telford

A three-week programme of essential maintenance works has begun across Telford and Wrekin’s dual carriageway network.

Telford & Wrekin Councillor steps down from role

A Telford & Wrekin Councillor has stepped down from her role because she is moving away from the borough.

Telford play areas set to re-open with new safety guidelines

Play areas across Telford and Wrekin are set for a phased re-opening from Friday 10th July following new Government guidelines released this week.

Coronavirus leads to £19m shortfall in Telford & Wrekin Council’s budget

Telford & Wrekin Council’s budget faces a hit of £19 million due to the coronavirus pandemic, a report to the Council’s cabinet shows.
The flood barriers along the Wharfage moved after being overwhelmed by the volume of flood water. Photo: Barry Jones

Telford & Wrekin Council working with River Severn Partnership to help residents and businesses

Telford & Wrekin Council is working with other organisations calling for Government support to address the continued threat to people who live and work along the length of the River Severn.
The Wharfage car park in Ironbridge. Photo: Google Street View

Free parking in Ironbridge Gorge extended

Businesses in the Ironbridge Gorge are to get a boost with free parking at council-owned car parks extended until August.

Telford & Wrekin Council leader asks Chancellor to free up financial support for businesses

Telford & Wrekin Council is asking the Government to help it to provide more funding support to hundreds of borough businesses yet to receive any financial help to deal with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Telford & Wrekin Council re-signs Armed Forces Covenant

Telford & Wrekin Council have recently pledged its continuing support of the local Armed Forces community by the re-signing of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Marches LEP chair Mandy Thorn

Marches LEP awards £1.1m to help businesses recover from Covid-19 and floods

Two ambitious projects to help Shropshire’s economy recover from the joint impact of coronavirus and February’s devastating floods have been awarded more than £1.1million by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership.
Throughout the scheme, innovative sustainable products have been used to reduce the environmental impacts associated to a scheme of this scale. Photo: Telford & Wrekin Council

Section of A442 to re-open today following maintenance

The A442 between Randlay and Stirchley Interchange will re-open today after completion of the largest highway maintenance scheme in Telford and Wrekin in the last ten years.

Telford & Wrekin Council submits sustainable transport bids to help economy recover

Telford & Wrekin Council has submitted three expressions of interest to Government aimed at increasing sustainable transport and help the borough recover from the effects of COVID-19.

£19m brownfield regeneration schemes to move ahead in Telford

Three major regeneration schemes creating around 500 new homes on previously used brownfield sites in Telford and Wrekin are set to move ahead.


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