Posts by Month: July 2017

52 posts found.

Cabinet considers report on Shrewsbury shopping centres

25/07/2017

Shropshire Council’s Cabinet met today (Tuesday 25 July 2017) to discuss and consider a report relating to the council’s role in the…

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Advice to help stop you falling victim to scams or rogue traders

25/07/2017
Image warning people to look out for rogue traders

Shropshire Council’s public protection team has offered the following advice to residents to help prevent them falling victim to scams or rogue…

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Five days to go to help bring UK Recovery Walk to Shropshire

24/07/2017
Two recovering addicts to illustarte a Recovery walk

People across Shropshire and the West Midlands are being reminded that there’s still time left to vote for Shrewsbury to host the…

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Results of the Big Conversation 2016/17 now published

24/07/2017
Big Conversation logo

 Shropshire Council has published the results of its Big Conversation 2016/17. Residents and organisations across Shropshire were invited to give their views…

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Haycock Way and Old Potts Way in Shrewsbury to reopen to traffic this week

24/07/2017

Haycock Way and Old Potts Way in Shrewsbury will reopen to traffic this Friday evening (28 July 2017) after being closed since…

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Consultation begins into proposed parking changes

21/07/2017
An illlustration of some cars and buses parked in a car park

A 12-week public consultation on Shropshire Council’s proposed new parking strategy has begun, and residents, visitors, businesses, town and parish councils and…

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Council agrees next steps in relation to Police Commissioner’s Fire Authority consultation

21/07/2017
Fire engine

Shropshire Council has agreed the next steps it will take in response to the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) proposals to…

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Applications going to Central planning committee on 27 July 2017

20/07/2017

The following planning applications will be considered by Shropshire Council’s Central planning committee at its meeting at Shirehall, Shrewsbury on Thursday 27 July…

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Shropshire Council invites schools to explore the future of learning at its EdTech Conference

19/07/2017

The world will never stand still, and anybody with children will know this better than most. In response to this challenge, Shropshire Council is running an Education Technology Conference this September for educators across the local area.

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Improvements to traffic signals at Shrewsbury’s Roman Road/Hereford Road junction

18/07/2017

Advanced traffic light sensor and detection equipment will be installed later this week on the traffic signals at the Roman Road/Hereford Road…

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