Expansion to programme to provide new classrooms for schools

A BUILDING programme to expand schools in Tameside will provide new classrooms for scores of children from September. Members of the executive cabinet have given…

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Green light for affordable retirement apartments in Mossley despite neighbours voicing concerns

PLANS for affordable retirement flats in Mossley have been given the green light despite neighbours’ concerns about lack of parking and loss of views. Members…

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Ofsted finds raft of issues with children’s services

OFSTED inspectors have uncovered a raft of issues in Tameside’s social services during the pandemic – including a ‘deterioration’ in responses and some youngsters continuing…

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Tameside Council

Consultation launched on closing face-to-face customer services at the new multi-million pound council HQ

BOSSES in Tameside are consulting on whether to close their drop in face-to-face customer services for good at the new multi-million pound council HQ. The…

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Mill is to be demolished and replaced with shops and flats

A REDUNDANT mill in Mossley is to be demolished and replaced with retail space and up to 62 apartments. Tameside Council’s planning committee gave the…

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Plans to transform Ashton’s former Marks and Spencer building

MORE than 60 new apartments and houses could be built across Tameside under plans to redevelop a warehouse, the former M&S store and old sorting…

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Former Shubar site in Ashton-Under-Lyne to be demolished

A THREE-storey building of apartments and retail space will be built in place of former shops and offices in the centre of Ashton-under-Lyne. Members of…

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Metrolink would be ‘downgrade’ for Stalybridge, councillor claims

STALYBRIDGE residents do not want to be linked to the tram network because there is a “perfectly good” train service already, a councillor has claimed.…

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