Archive for Month: August 2015

  • Affordable housing scheme

    The adopted Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan seeks to encourage home ownership at an affordable level which suits the needs of an ageing population, first- time buyers and young families. It cites small schemes comprising up to ten dwellings to remain as affordable housing for people with a local connection, in perpetuity. Marches CLT Services, a…

  • Youth activities – grant available

    Much Wenlock & Shipton Local Joint Committee have been allocated £3,000 to support youth activity in their area. This may be of interest to local organisations or individuals interested in delivering youth provision for 10-19 year olds. If you want to know more, please contact Kerry Rogers, Community Enablement Officer at kerry.rogers@shropshire.gov.uk.

  • Small housing developments and Affordable Housing Contribution

    Recent quotes in the Shropshire Star attributed to housing developers were unrepresentative. The majority of our developers and agents have worked with and support Shropshire Council’s approach, whereby each new house build attracts an affordable housing contribution. This recognises the unique character of our beautiful rural county which attracts new developments of larger properties. The…

  • Pinefield – 40 High Street, Much Wenlock

    This house, which has been unoccupied for many years, has been the subject of much concern. Grade II listed, it was once occupied by the distinguished author Rev. D.H.S. Cranage*, curate of Holy Trinity Church, Much Wenlock. I have been pursuing this over the past couple of years and, at last, it seems that a…