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Sunday, 1 November 2009
CEC's Housing and Built Environment Action Group approved funding for temporary road safety improvements to McDonald Rd (close to Broughton Primary School) in late October. The Roads Department has...
Sunday, 1 November 2009
On 28 October 2009,  European Commission regulators approved the Government's emergency bail-out of Northern Rock, and gave the go-ahead for dividing it in two. A viable and potentially...
Monday, 26 October 2009
A Mr Peter Sharma seeks planning permission to ingeniously link buildings in Broughton (Ref. 09/02572/FUL).He wants to convert the office at 11–13 York Lane to form an ancillary function room for the...
Saturday, 24 October 2009
Young locals– under the expert guidance of graffiti artist 'Elph' – are transforming the dreary entrance to Scotland Street Tunnel.The colourful temporary revamp, which began during the October half-...
Thursday, 15 October 2009
Draft proposals for how trams may operate in Broughton's streetscape from 2012 onwards have just appeared online.For now, only Statutory Consultees (emergency services, bus and haulage organisations...
Thursday, 1 October 2009
Spurtle is distributed free and covers its costs through advertising. However, friends of the paper choose to support it by taking out an annual subscription (£12, Oct 2009–Oct 2010), for which a...
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
A mixed-use development comprising a 207-bed hotel and 2 ground-floor retail and café/restaurant units (Class 1 or 3) is proposed for the site of 34b Haddington Place (Ref. 09/02342/FUL)The developer...
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
With 14 applications for 16 available membership spaces, there was no statutory requirement for an election to form the new New Town/Broughton Community Council.Members for the next 3 years will be:...

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