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  • Document: Jul 6, 2021
    3.05 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    Please read the attached "Woven Oaks Kidderminster - consultation leaflet" and make your voice heard.

  • Document: Mar 6, 2021
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    Churchfields development

    Postal vote

    Save The Peoples Pool

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    Article: Mar 6, 2021
    By Shazu Miah

    Wyre Forest Liberal Democrats are delighted that their Budget Proposals have been approved by Council.

    The Wyre Forest District Council failed to get a majority to pass its budget proposals at the Meeting in February and at the following adjourned meeting on 1st March resulted in the Adminstration accepting the Liberal Democrats proposals.

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    Article: Mar 5, 2021
    By Shazu Miah


    Officers at Worcestershire County Council have now received further information from Power Generation Midland in response to their request for further information ( The Regulation 25 request) The statement appeared in the documentation attached to the planning application on the WCC site in the last couple of days.

  • Article: Mar 5, 2021

    We invite you to watch a Channel 4 documentary about some of the harm caused by waste incineration. This can happen in our neighbourhood!

    The program will be aired on Monday 8th March, from 8pm.

    The show is described in the Radio Times as follows:

    "Environmental journalist Lucy Siegle investigates the rise of waste incineration in the UK, examining how millions of tonnes of waste left out for recycling ends up being burned. The rise in carbon emissions from incineration is put under the spotlight, with exclusive research revealing that it is on course to become the UK's dirtiest form of energy production. The programme also looks at how councils are locked into expensive contracts with incinerator operators forcing them to burn waste for decades to come."