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Wrockwardine Parish Council


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PARISH COUNCIL OBJECTS TO DEVELOPMENT AT THE FORMER SUGAR BEET SITE ALLSCOTT

View the parish Council's objection (which includes the Parish Traffic Group recommendations)

Network Rail object to the proposal


Chairman - Cllr. Steve Rawlings
Vice Chairman -  Vacant

Chairman of Finance & General Purposes Committee - Cllr. Mrs. Nadine Evans.

Clerk - Mr. M. Goldstraw

Welcome to the web site of Wrockwardine Parish Council. The parish lies within the boundaries of Telford and has an electorate of (approx.) 2325. The latest Ward Profile for Wrockwardine (1991) shows a population of 3543 divided between 1328 households*, an average household size of 2.63. The Parish covers an area of 5270 Hectares with a population density of 0.67.

The Council holds its Meetings (usually) on the second Wednesday of the month, with the exception of August.  Meetings, unless otherwise notified, are usually held alternately at Admaston House Community Centre and Wrockwardine Parish Hall. A list of the meetings to be held during the year can be found by clicking on the Meetings link.

* There are 1429 households in the Parish (2010 -11 Register of Electors)

The Council has a Development Plan. Details of  what Local Councils can do can be found in the page entitled What Can Local Councils Do?

Grants
Grant applications are considered twice a year - in July and March - and are awarded to local voluntary groups. Each application is considered upon its individual merit. We can not give grants to individuals.
You can copy and print an application form from our Grant Application Form page.

To download many of the pages on this site you will need the Adobe Acrobat reader which is available Free.
Simply click on the Adobe Acrobat button below.



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Planning Explained

England’s planning system shapes new development and the use of land all over the country with the aim of achieving outcomes that are positive for people, the economy and the environment. This guide will help you to get involved in the development of your Local Plan - a key component of the planning system which will be the main influence on how your area changes in the future.

To download a copy of this booklet directly from the website of the CPRE click here.











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