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 […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›