SOLWAY CYCLEWAY

Cumbrian cycleway scheme begins

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Work has started on the Solway Coaster project, which will see a 14.1km route between Allonby and Silloth created, joining onto the established cycleway between Maryport and Allonby.

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BOOK NOW | Future of Retail + Leisure

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Hear from Ellandi, Savills, Kampus, CWAC and others as they debate the future of town centres at this special interactive Place North West event with networking, panels and presentations next week.

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Doubt cast on Wrexham greenhouses

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Dan Whelan

The council has described developer Low Carbon Farming’s request for a rapid approval of its plans to build two 18-acre greenhouses as “ambitious and unrealistic”, and the firm could now miss out on a Government subsidy for the scheme. 

Gulliver's World November 2019

Green light for Gulliver’s

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A 14-acre extension to the Gulliver’s World resort in Warrington has been approved, allowing the operator to build out woodland-based accommodation.

Rebecca Pow

Air quality scheme opens for councils

Neil Tague

Local authorities have been invited to bid for a share of £2m, which is available for projects helping to improve air quality and create cleaner and healthier environments.

Liverpool Central Library

Anderson blocks Liverpool zip wire plans

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Dan Whelan

Zip World’s controversial proposal to install a 400-metre zip wire between St Johns Beacon and Central Library have been dealt a severe blow after Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson intervened to stop the £4m project from progressing, citing “serious concerns” over the impact on the surrounding area. 

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Introducing Remo for Place 2020 events

Place North West conferences for the rest of this year will be delivered virtually using an exciting new events platform that maximises networking.

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Thomas Street demolition plans shot down

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Dan Whelan

Manchester City Council’s planning committee voted unanimously to refuse plans to demolish three grade two-listed buildings that would have unlocked the Northern Quarter site for a residential scheme known as Warp & Weft. 

Liverpool Zipwire

Victorian Society mounts legal challenge to zip wire

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Dan Whelan

The heritage organisation, which campaigns for the protection of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, has requested a judicial review of Liverpool City Council’s decision to grant permission for the controversial attraction, claiming that the applicant should have been obliged to seek listed building consent.