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Four supermarkets express Westbridge interest

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Four supermarkets have expressed an interest in building a store on Westbridge Park as part of Stafford Borough Council’s plans to revamp leisure facilities at the site, it has emerged, with their requirements ranging from 15,000 to 55,000 sq ft. This and more details have emerged of the council’s plans for Westbridge Park that they will be consulting on in ...

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‘Hands off Westbridge Park’ message at meeting

The borough council’s vision for a new leisure centre with swimming pool at Westbridge Park will not be realised unless a supermarket is part of any future development. That was the message from council leader Mike Heenan at a special meeting of Stone Town Council’s General Purposes Committee held at Alleyne’s High School on Tuesday 20th November. Hundreds of people ...

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Keep Westbridge Park Green petition handed in

  The Keep Westbridge Park Green petition was handed in to Stafford Borough Council on Tuesday containing 4,771 signatures from the online and paper petitions. The petition was handed in by town councillor Rob Kenney and borough councillor Jill Hood ahead of a meeting of Stone Town Council that will be held at Alleyne’s High School on Tuesday 20th November ...

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‘No new leisure centre at Westbridge Park’

Stafford Borough Council will consult on its leisure strategy for the town – which includes a plan for a new leisure centre on Westbridge Park – in the New Year. But the debate has already started. In this guest post, town councillor Rob Kenney – who started the Keep Westbridge Park Green campaign recently – says any new leisure centre ...

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History Monthly: Westbridge Park

This month Philip Leason, the chairman of Stone Historical Society, takes a look at the history of Westbridge Park. The park is very much in the news at the moment after it was included in the Stafford Borough Local Plan as a site for mixed-use development. Westbridge Park takes its name from Westbridge House which once stood where the park ...

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Public meeting on Westbridge Park development

A public meeting will be held in the town on Tuesday 20th November on plans for mixed-use development at Westbridge Park. The meeting is a Stone Town Council general purposes meeting and representatives from the borough council will be presenting on the Stafford Borough Local Plan and how it affects Stone. It’s the Local Plan that identifies Westbridge Park as ...

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Consultation on Westbridge plans on the way

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Stafford Borough Council has promised to consult with Stone residents before the end of the year on the controversial ‘mixed-use development’ plan for Westbridge Park. The council said today that millions of pounds could be pumped in to Westbridge Park for improved leisure facilities and play areas – which have been backed by local residents in previous consultations – with ...

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No housing at Westbridge Park, says Cabinet

Stafford Borough Council’s Cabinet said that housing would not be built at Westbridge Park at their meeting on Thursday 4th October – and one Cabinet member has called the Keep Westbridge Park Green petition “misleading”. However, town councillor Rob Kenney, who launched the petition last week, said he didn’t want to see any kind of development at Westbridge Park – ...

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Petition started against Westbridge development

An e-petition has been started today which calls on Stafford Borough Council to withdraw Westbridge Park as a site for mixed-use development from the Local Plan. The petition – which is now live on the borough council’s website – has been created by town councillor Rob Kenney and has, at the time of writing, been signed by over 150 people. ...

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Call to scrap Westbridge development plans

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The chairman of Stone Food and Drink Festival has called for plans which would pave the way for development on Westbridge Park to be scrapped immediately. Richard Stevens was speaking ahead of Stafford Borough Council’s Cabinet meeting on Thursday 4th October, when the latest version of the borough Local Plan will be discussed. The plan – which provides a blueprint ...

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