Tag: Salford Council

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Some Salford tips will reopen this weekend – but only for ‘absolutely necessary’ visits

Salford Council have today revealed that some household waste sites will re-open from this Saturday, but have urged the public to only go if ‘absolutely necessary’.

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Walkden Station is now recognised as a “Top Priority” to TfGM

Walkden Station have missed out on another funding opportunity despite being Salford’s busiest station. Recent revelations on the proposed Park […]

Mary Ferrer talking to SalfordNow last year. credit: James Holt

Campaigner welcomes Buile Hill mansion ideas currently before Salford City Council

A long-time campaigner for the restoration of Buile Hill mansion is cautiously optimistic that the latest plan will finally come […]

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“Isn’t it time we got clean air?” Salford is fighting against air pollution

Clean Air Greater Manchester asks “150 years ago Greater Manchester got clean water. Isn’t it time we got clean air?” […]

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Former Salford Councillor dies after car accident on Walkden road

A former Salford councillor has died after being hit by a car. Andrew Cheetham, 67, was crossing Walkden Road in […]

Preview: Salford Mad Pride 2019 – “Bring your mad hats to Victoria Park”

Preview: Salford Mad Pride 2019 – “Bring your mad hats to Victoria Park”

Hundreds are expected to gather in Salford this Saturday to celebrate the creativity of people who live with mental health issues.

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May 2 vote: Labour defends its record on Salford Council and blames Tory cuts for declining services

Cuts to local government funding, which are hitting Salford and the most deprived areas of the UK the hardest, are the […]

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“Salford is a failing council” – Conservative campaigns for Worsley in local elections

Conservative Councillor Robin Garrido is representing Worsley in the upcoming local elections on Thursday, May 2 and today spoke about what he believes to be Salford Councils financial failures and its inability to protect green belt land.

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Plans for 23-storey residential tower in Eccles submitted for approval

Manchester based company, Jeffrey Bell Architects have submitted plans for a 23-storey residential tower to be built in Eccles.