LOCAL UPDATE: Dudley development worth £82 million moves a step closer & Burst water pipe chaos in Black Country over the weekend
A scheme in Dudley costing around £82 million pounds is said to be one step closer.
Dudley Council have agreed to pay £420,000 to redevelop land on the Portersfield Site. It will include a 38,000 square feet ice rink centre.
Next, Transport for West Midlands are to begin work on new bus priority measures along Sprint rapid bus route on the A34 in north Birmingham later this month. The works will see bus lanes extended and new shelters installed between Birmingham City Centre and the Scott Arms junction in Great Barr.
Finally, water supply has been returned to two thousand homes after water pipes burst in the Black Country over the Easter weekend. Residents in Wolverhampton and Willenhall were effected and work will continue on repairing the pipes by Severn Trent.
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