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BCSC worried about lack of local council action

Author: Ashley Curtis -  30 November 2012
The British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) believes local councils which are tight on cash are not delivering on promises to improve town centres, as laid...

Soham station could be rebuilt, claim councillors

Author: Ashley Curtis -  28 November 2012
A financially-sound business case is being drawn up for reopening a railway station in Soham, Cambridge, reports The station, which...

MP Ed Balls supports bid for revamp at Morley train station

Author: Richard Towey -  27 November 2012
MP Ed balls has urged transport ministers to include Morley in their funding programme for inaccessible train stations around Britain. Mr...

Cambridgeshire hospital under fire after making bike shelter a smoking haven

Author: Chris Taylor -  26 November 2012
A Cambridgeshire hospital has received sharp criticism for turning one of its cycle shelters into a smoking shelter. reports that...

Urban city design must cater for older dwellers

Author: Chris Taylor -  20 November 2012
City planners must ensure the future design of urban spaces is accommodating and inviting to older people.

Whiteley Village set for big name brands

Author: Ashley Curtis -  14 November 2012
A £64 million project is set to add a new high street to the town of Whiteley, a relatively youthful area - north of junction nine of the M27 - that is only just...

Canopy provides safe haven for Aberystwyth University students

Author: Chris Taylor -  08 November 2012
Entrance canopies have been erected outside of a popular café at Aberystwyth University to protect students from falling debris, it has...

Port Talbot train station set for £9.7 million revamp

Author: Ashley Curtis -  07 November 2012
The Welsh Assembly Government has officially announced a £9.7 million upgrade to Port Talbot railway station, reports The station was named...

Litter fines handed out to Staffordshire Moorlands residents

Author: Ashley Curtis -  05 November 2012
Dropped litter and mess from pets has seen 92 residents from boroughs of Staffordshire Moorlands issued with fixed penalty notices, reports...

London Bridge redevelopment to disrupt commuters

Author: Ashley Curtis -  02 November 2012
The Thameslink upgrade to London Bridge station is set to disrupt thousands of commuters until at least 2018, reports London Bridge's new...

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