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Central Warrington to benefit from £190 million development

Author: Richard Towey -  28 March 2013
Warrington borough council has given the green light to an innovative £190 million scheme to regenerate part of its town centre. The regeneration of Stadium...

Stoke-on-Trent redevelopment takes a step closer

Author: David Howells -  27 March 2013
The first phase of a multi-million pound redevelopment to Stoke-on-Trent city centre has been given the green light by councillors,

Major delays expected at Reading station over Easter

Author: Sean McGrath -  26 March 2013
Train commuters going through Reading over the Easter period can expect significant delays as a ten day switchover to new station facilities takes place. The...

Greater Manchester councils team up for town centre redevelopment

Author: Ashley Curtis -  22 March 2013
A number of local authorities in the Greater Manchester area are joining forces in order to revitalise the region's eight major town centres, cites...

Plymouth Argyle plans grandstand complex to complete ground

Author: David Howells -  19 March 2013
Plymouth Argyle has announced ambitious plans for a new grandstand complex to complete the long-overdue work on its home ground,

Councils have 'barely touched' High Street retail fund, claims report

Author: Ashley Curtis -  14 March 2013
Despite government handing out funds to local authorities with a view to revamping High Streets, less than a tenth of the money has actually been spent, reports...

St Albans City Station set for repair and redevelopment

Author: Ashley Curtis -  12 March 2013
An uneven and leaking footbridge at St Albans City Station has prompted developers into action, in a bid to overhaul the station, reports...

Mid-Cheshire rail route could be set for upgrade

Author: Ashley Curtis -  07 March 2013
Increasing passenger numbers on a rail line in the North West could be the catalyst for improvement works like new stations and timetable improvements. Reported by...

Unique street furniture gets Pontypool talking

Author: Joe Elvin -  05 March 2013
Some uniquely-shaped street furniture has got the town of Pontypool talking. Last week, Torfean County Borough Council installed some peculiar seating in the town...

Leicester Haymarket bus station set for multi-million revamp

Author: Ashley Curtis -  04 March 2013
Leicester's 'cramped' bus station will be a thing of the past as a £10.5 million revamp is set to expand facilities and instigate future growth. Eleven...

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