The following planning applications will be considered by Shropshire Council’s Central planning committee at its meeting at Shirehall, Shrewsbury on Thursday 6 March 2014…
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Posts by Month: February 2014
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Applications going to Central planning committee on 6 March 2014
Retailers succeed in preventing cigarette sales to children, but fail on alcohol
Shropshire Council’s public protection service has today revealed mixed results following two days of underage sales test purchasing in the county. Cigarette…
Councillors decide on future of Westgate building in Bridgnorth after review
Councillors today agreed the next steps after discussing recommendations for Bridgnorth from a review which aims to ensure that the council is getting the best value for residents from its buildings and assets.
Shropshire Council’s share of council tax frozen for fifth year running
Residents will be helped with their household bills again as Shropshire Council freezes its share of the council tax - for the fifth year running.
Councillors agree budget for next three years
A plan setting out how Shropshire Council proposes to make the best use of its funds and resources up until 2017, as it redesigns everything it does, was agreed today (Thursday 27 February 2014).
Chance to find out what’s happening in Monkmoor, Abbey and Underdale
The next meeting of the Eastern Shrewsbury Local Joint Committee (LJC) will be the place to see the premiere of ‘Future Views’,…
Come along to next Shifnal and Sheriffhales LJC meeting on 4 March
The next meeting of the Shifnal and Sheriffhales Local Joint Committee (LJC) is on Tuesday 4 March 2014 at Shifnal Village Hall,…
Shrewsbury schools encourage pupils to get active on their school journeys
News from our partners Sustrans Shrewsbury Bike it Officer Jess Holohan is encouraging pupils at her schools to jump on their bikes…
Severn Loop LJC meeting in Shrewsbury on 5 March
The next Severn Loop Local Joint Committee (LJC) meeting will receive updates on local policing issues and the future of LJC meetings.
Shropshire Council could receive £11.38million to extend rural broadband coverage
News from our partners Superfast Britain An extra £250m of Government money for superfast broadband will help business start-ups and job creation…