Telford Ironstone plans for Lawley win approval

A £30 million retail hub, creating up to 400 jobs in Telford, has been given the go-ahead.

A £30 million retail hub, creating up to 400 jobs in Telford, has been given the go-ahead.

The plans include a supermarket, shops, pub and nursery to serve up to 3,300 homes being built as part of the Ironstone development in Lawley.

Work on the site will begin in April with construction set to start in autumn.

Comments for: "Telford Ironstone plans for Lawley win approval"

H Howes

Great news for Lawley!

salopian mermaid

Great news? Really?

Have a look around at the developments which are having difficulty getting sales in and around Lawley Village. And the altered dual carriageway which was amended several times during development due to lack of funds.

Where exactly is the money coming from in this time of austerity?

H Howes

As far as I know, well in the part of the development where I live, houses are being reserved before the foundations have been laid!

Surely money from future revenues and therefore income tax, business rates as well as residential council tax would more than surpass any amount to build this complex?