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List of all Consultation Posts
Church Stretton Town Council Response to Shropshire Council Consultation on Proposed Changes to the new Parking Strategy 1. Introduction: Shropshire...Read More
Preferred Sites Consultation. Town Council's Response Church Stretton Town Council agreed their responses to the Shropshire Council Questionnaire (https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/media/11267/00-preferred-sites-questionnaire-full-document.pdf) on 19th...Read More
Shropshire Council has advised that the Draft Library Services consultation has been extended by one week - i.e. to Friday...Read More
Residents in Church Stretton are being asked to comment on the criteria which will be used to help choose the...Read More
Shropshire Council asking for Residents' Views Related topics: Leisure and culture / My area / Partner organisationsShropshire Council are asking...Read More
On Tuesday 30th May Church Stretton Library users are invited to drop in to the exhibition room between 10 am...Read More
Shropshire Council consultation are consulting on a New Economic Strategy (see https://new.shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/economic-growth-strategy/ ). Church Stretton Town Council have responded and you can...Read More
PRESS RELEASE – December 14th 2016 – Local Services at Risk & Unfair system of local government taxationDecember 15, 2016
On Tuesday 13th December, Church Stretton Town Council faced up to the prospect of cuts, actual and proposed, in the...Read More
Report for the Town Council Meeting 13th December 2016 It is difficult to predict, with any accuracy, what funding may...Read More
Church Stretton Library Support Group Ltd (CSLSG) propose that the library will be run by a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO),...Read More
This document outlines the aspirations and intentions of the South Shropshire Academy Trust (Inc. Church Stretton School) in developing and...Read More
A report on the Community Consultation on Services “At Risk” This report represents an independent analysis of a community...Read More
Church Stretton Town Council Tuesday September 13th 2016 Agenda Item 9.1 : Report from the “At Risk Services” Working Group...Read More
Sport & Leisure Facilities Strategy for Shropshire – Church Stretton Town Council Response to Shropshire Council – 28 August 2016September 1, 2016
There is a fundamental mismatch between the declared aims of this draft Strategy and the impact that its proposals would...Read More
Church Stretton Town Council launched its community survey this week, asking local households how willing they are to pay through...Read More
Shropshire Council Press release: 20/07/2016 Councillor Malcolm Pate, Leader of Shropshire Council announced on 13 July that funding will be made...Read More
The Church Stretton Library Support Group Ltd.'s proposal ( Library Support Groups Proposal) and Business Plan ( CSLSG Business...Read More
Do try to attend this very important event on Tuesday 19th July at theSilvester Horne Institute - from 4 – 8pm Your...Read More
Work will soon begin again on opening discussions on the future of Church Stretton Library with Church Stretton Town Council...Read More
At last night’s Church Stretton Town Council meeting, councillors expressed grave concerns about the scale and speed with which Shropshire...Read More
Church Stretton Library Support Group - Is holding a public meeting in Silvester Horne Institute on Tuesday 17th May 2016...Read More
Shropshire Council invites representations on three draft Supplementary Planning Documents (SPD) between 18 March 2016 and 5pm on 29 April...Read More