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Telford & Wrekin Council has secured a £3.7m grant from the West Midlands Combined Authority to kick start the building of new homes on stalled brownfield sites across the borough.
A Telford man has become the first in England to be banned from being a landlord after Telford & Wrekin Council applied for a banning order.
The winning name of the new Telford footbridge has been revealed after a shortlist of names was drawn up of pupils’ suggestions from Telford & Wrekin Council’s Big Bridge Challenge held in 2018.
Planned resurfacing works near the Princess Royal Hospital could have an impact on the road network, Telford & Wrekin Council has warned.
David Sidaway is set to return to Telford & Wrekin Council as the authority’s new chief executive.
Telford’s new footbridge has been shortlisted for a prestigious global award organised by the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Telford's cross-town Route 4 bus service, operating from Leegomery to Madeley, is to be improved and reinvigorated as part of a major joint project.
Residents in Telford and Wrekin have embraced a new food waste service, with more than 55 tonnes collected in just three days.
The Leader of Telford & Wrekin Council has called on The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care to stop sitting on the fence and make a decision on the future of Telford’s hospital.
Three key community buildings and two popular play areas have been refurbished by Great Dawley Town Council from its share of the Telford 50 Legacy Fund.
Telford & Wrekin Council is to take control of tackling illegal parking on 13 January 2020, while retaining its free car parks across the borough.
Telford & Wrekin Council wants a meeting with the chief executive of Morrisons after receiving a letter from him which says it will not activate parking enforcement cameras “immediately”.