As a World Heritage Site, there is a legal requirement to have a Management Plan in place to oversee the conservation and protection of the Site’s unique qualities while supporting the local community and businesses.
Following today’s meeting of the SaTH (Shrewsbury and Telford Hosipital) NHS Trust and their proposals for the overnight closure of Telford’s A&E Emergency provision, the Conservative Group at Telford & Wrekin Council have triggered the process to hold an Extraordinary Full Council Meetin
Telford and Wrekin Conservative Councillors, Nicola Lowery (Ironbridge Gorge) and Eric Carter (Newport South and East) recently met with the Chairman of Telford Steam Railway Paul Hughes following on from the recent stakeholder meeting regarding the future of the Ironbridge Power Station and the
During the full Telford and Wrekin Council meeting the Conservative Group put forward a motion to support the provision of vitally important services to remain at PRH in Telford and Wrekin - something local residents feel passionately about.
Last nights full Council meeting saw the debate and vote concerning the future budgetary direction for T&W. The Conservative budget was the caring alternative to Labour - focusing on CSE investigation funding and protecting our most vulnerable.
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