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Dudley Council’s renewed call for sites

A renewed call for brownfields sites will be launched by Dudley Council as part of its commitment to produce its own Local Plan, if approved by cabinet later this month.

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Major improvements for Brierley Hill put to the public

People are being given the chance to have their say on a raft of planned improvements in Brierley Hill as part of a £5million project.

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Voices from the cones

An oral history project which culminated in the creation of a folk album will be celebrated next week.

Cllr Laura Taylor

Plans to make temporary travellers’ site permanent

The temporary travellers’ site in Coseley could be made permanent after the site proved to be a success with a significant drop in the number of illegal encampments across Dudley borough since it opened.

Councillor Patrick Harley

Dudley will “go it alone” on housing and employment plan

Council bosses in Dudley have pulled out of a regional plan to identify housing and employment land in a bid to “listen to local people” on the use of green belt.

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New opening hours at Crystal Leisure Centre

Swimmers and gym goers will be able to start their weekday workout earlier at the Crystal Leisure Centre from today with new opening times coming into force.

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Himley Bonfire has global appeal

There’s no need to travel the world to see spectacular things this autumn as Himley Bonfire and Fireworks show returns to the park on Saturday November 5.

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Summer at museums

There’s stacks to do at the Red House Cone and Dudley Museum at the Archives this summer.

Cllr Simon Phipps

Future of green spaces decided

Council leaders decided the future of council-owned green sites put forward in last summer’s Draft Black Country Plan consultation.

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CHaOS at the Red House Glass Cone this summer

It’ll be utter CHaOS at the cone thanks to a visit by a bunch of Cambridge science students.

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Drop-in sessions to help residents and businesses get set for the Games

A series of drop-in sessions for residents and businesses are being held to help tackle expected disruption on Dudley borough roads during the Commonwealth Games cycling time trials.