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Alien conspiracies, tracking Santa, office agent shenanigans and loving Lancaster.

Warrener Street Car Park Sale

Sale Moor under the spotlight at consultation

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Charlie Schouten

Trafford Council has held a fresh consultation into Sale Moor’s Warrener Street car park, a site long mooted for development. Place North West attended the consultation event to find out the next steps for the area.

Annette McDonald Tatton

NW in 2019 | Streaming success

If we truly want to be a global economic powerhouse with connectivity to match, the sub-standard digital infrastructure of all our rural areas needs to be addressed urgently, writes Annette McDonald of Tatton Group.

Redsun Bromborough

Redsun bulks up Wirral industrial project

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An application by Redsun Developments for three industrial buildings on a 4.9-acre site on the edge of Wirral International Business Park is to go before Wirral’s planning committee with a recommendation for approval next week.

Norton Priory

Masterplan outlined for Runcorn Town Park

A masterplan to improve Runcorn’s Town Park has been set out by Halton Council, including the development of three visitor hubs and “substantial investment” in the park’s existing ski slope and facilities.

Altrincham New Aldi December 2018

Aldi expands in Altrincham

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Aldi is set to relocate to a larger store opposite Altrincham Retail Park on a site formerly home to B&Q in a move which will vacate its existing store on the junction of Davenport Lane and George Richards Way.

Aura Site Excavation

Forrest replaced by Vermont on £100m Aura

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Charlie Schouten

Developer Elliot Group has drafted in Vermont to complete its £100m Aura project on the former Erskine Industrial Estate in Liverpool, replacing troubled contractor Forrest on the job.

St Helens Local Plan Cover

St Helens to sign off Local Plan

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St Helens Council’s cabinet will next week be asked to approve the draft of the borough’s Local Plan, a key feature of which is a reduced target for housing completions, from 570 per year to 486.