Media Releases

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Mary Stevens Park

Funding secured to improve park outdoor gyms

Nearly £52,000 in funding has been secured to spruce up outdoor gyms at nine parks in the borough.

Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

Drivers face fines for parking in street disabled spots

Drivers have been warned they could be fined for parking in ‘advisory’ disabled spaces on residential borough streets as part of rule changes.

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Pothole repairs

Almost £2million has been spent tackling potholes on Dudley borough roads over the past year with highways crews continuing to tackle thousands of defects.

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Extension proposed for dog fouling order

People are being invited to have their say on dog fouling and whether children’s play areas should continue to be no-go zones for canines.

Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

Free parking this Christmas

Shoppers can park for free on Saturdays in the run up to Christmas in town centres across Dudley borough.

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Crackdown on dog fouling

Surveillance is being carried out in dog fouling hot spot areas across Dudley borough in a bid to catch and prosecute irresponsible pet owners.

Traffic lights

First phase of congestion-busting Kingswinford works almost complete

The first phase of a £1 million scheme to improve traffic flow and safety for pedestrians in Kingswinford and Wall Heath is on track to be completed a month ahead of schedule.

Traffic lights

Road reopens after water leak

Work on a water leak on a busy road in Kingswinford has been completed and the road has reopened, highways officials confirmed today.

Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

New play area plans for Wordsley

A new £200,000 play area is being planned for an open space in Wordsley.

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Work starts on cycle route in Dudley

Work has started on a new two-way cycle route along a busy commuter route in Dudley.

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Be Bright Be Seen this Winter

As clocks go back an hour this weekend, and darker nights draw in road users and pedestrians are being urged to ‘Be Bright and Be Seen’.

Councillor Damian Corfield welcomes new rapid response crews

New rapid response crews

New rapid response crews will now respond to urgent requests for street cleansing and grounds maintenance across Dudley borough.