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by / on April 12, 2017 at 3:23 pm / in Local News & Archive

Meliden housing plan thrown out

Councillors have rejected controversial plans to build 133 new homes on farmland in Meliden. Penrhyn Homes had wanted to build housing at Mindale Farm, just off Ffordd Hendre, but opponents – including Prestatyn Town Council – said the local road network would not be able to cope with extra traffic. The proposals had been recommended for approval by Denbighshire County Council […]

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by / on December 23, 2016 at 4:01 pm / in Regional News

£136m boost for flooding, housing and regeneration – A 2017-18 Budget to Take Wales Forward

An additional £136m has been confirmed for affordable housing development, flooding schemes and regeneration projects across Wales in the final budget 2017-18, which will be laid before the National Assembly for Wales. The vote on the final Budget 2017-18 will be held on January 10, 2017. As part of the final budget, an extra £33m of capital funding will support […]

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by / on December 22, 2016 at 9:35 am / in Local News & Archive

New Year inquest into Rhyl paramedic’s death

An inquest has heard health officials are investigating the death of a retired paramedic from Rhyl, whose body was found near a hospital. Michael Capper was found dead near Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor last January, three and a half weeks after the 56 year-old was reported missing. The hearing in Caernarfon was told that Mr Capper had been moved from […]

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by / on October 19, 2016 at 3:24 pm / in Denbighshire News, Regional News

Flood defence works honoured in industry awards

  Denbighshire County Council is delighted to have been honoured at a prestigious industry award ceremony.   The British Construction Industry Awards recognise and reward excellence in project delivery.  With a panel of exceptional judges, site visits were made to all shortlisted projects and rigorous interviews for all shortlisted companies.   13 projects were shortlisted in the Building Project of […]

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by / on September 21, 2016 at 2:26 pm / in Local News & Archive

Flood defences: St Asaph work to start next month

Work will start next month on replacing a St Asaph bridge in a bid to improve the city’s flood defences. Natural Resources Wales say the Spring Gardens Bridge will be demolished with a new higher and bridge built in its place. It will provide more protection for over 400 properties. The new bridge – around 1.6m higher than the current […]

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