Local News

Planning Update for Cookley's Former Red Lion Public House

Wyre Forest Rural Ward Councillors who represent Cookley, Ian Hardiman, Marcus Hart and Lisa Jones are pleased to say that the former Red Lion PH site, more recently a convenience store has now not only received planning consent for 6 x1 bedroom flats but most recently consent for a pair of semi

Your Cookley District Councillors out and about in Cookley

Wyre Forest Rural Ward Councillors who represent  Cookley, Ian Hardiman, Marcus Hart and Lisa Jones are pleased to say that now the lock down restrictions are easing, they have been able to meet up from a safe social distance and visit the village and report back on some of the issues.

Lea Castle Farm Quarry Application Update

County Councillor Ian Hardiman’s Quarry Application Update for Cookley and Wolverley Residents

The County Council’s Development Manager has provided an update on the Application for a Quarry at the Lea Castle Farm site.

Road patching/Resurfacing, Wolverley Road

Ian Hardiman, County Councillor for Cookley, Wolverley & Wribbenhall, is pleased that Worcestershire County Highways have now carried out necessary tarmac patching in Wolverley Road between Sion Hill and the roundabout by the Primary School.

Stourport Conservatives Call to Urgently Bring Back One Hour Free Parking

Your Stourport Conservative Team is appalled to see that the Progressive Alliance-led Wyre Forest District Council (WFDC) is not only abandoning local businesses at a time of their greatest need; but is ignoring calls from residents throughout the district to re-introduce one hour free car parkin

Cllr Becky Vale - Voice for Bewdley Residents and Traders

As County Councillor for Bewdley, I have been inundated by phone calls and emails from traders and residents who feel utterly ignored and frustrated by the Progressive Alliance led Wyre Forest District Council’s approach to car parking charges.

New Handrail Installed -Bewdley Road / Church Walk Alleyway

Tracey Onslow was very pleased to see that - even with drastic delays in the Highways programme due firstly to flooding and then, of course, Covid – Highways had managed to install the new handrail along the steps of the alleyway, which runs from Bewdley Road to Church Walk.