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News

Green light given to Storeton Green Belt development

Commenting on the decision to allow re-development of Storeton Hall, a Grade II* Listed Building and Scheduled Monument, and building in the Green Belt, Councillor Mary Jordan (Clatterbridge Ward) said: “This is a shocking decision, following an appeal against the Council’s Planning Committee ref

Garden Waste cash hopes dashed

Hopes by Wirral's Labour Council to persuade around 5,000 more households to part with £40 to have their garden waste collected have flopped.

1,660 fewer of Wirral's young people out of work

The number of 18-24 year olds out of work in Wirral has fallen again - down to 880 in January, compared to 2,540 five years ago.

This week is National Apprenticeship Week and is part of a plan by the Conservatives to work with employers to create more apprenticeships.

Heswall Tesco petrol plan sparks opposition

Plans by Tesco for a 24-hour petrol station at their Heswall store have led to opposition from residents and local councillors.

The store giant, which last year saw sales hit £28 billion, wants to turn part of the car park at the Telegraph Road store into a four-pump petrol station.

13 years of failure leads to Government intervention

Wirral is one of 15 councils in England that have this week been warned that Government intervention is likely on where new homes should be built, following failure by the Council to produce a local plan for the last 13 years.