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Ventcroft deal signed as land acquisition plans progress

May 28, 2009adminNews

Halton Borough Council has reached an agreement with Ventcroft to acquire the company’s premises on the Astmoor Industrial Estate for an undisclosed sum.

The deal is the latest step forward in the council’s land acquisition programme as part of the Mersey Gateway Project.

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New nature reserve set to be created if Mersey Gateway gets go-ahead

May 28, 2009adminNews

A new 28.5 hectare nature reserve is set to be created in the heart of Halton around the Mersey Gateway bridge if the project is given the go-ahead.

The public inquiry into the project heard from Paul Oldfield, Nature Conservation Officer with the Mersey Gateway Project, who outlined the proposals as part of the project team’s evidence to the inquiry.

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Mersey Gateway inquiry hears how project will improve noise and air quality levels

May 27, 2009adminNews

The Mersey Gateway Project will improve air quality and reduce noise levels across large parts of Halton and reduce the amount of pollutants generated by traffic travelling throughout the region.

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Council leader submits letter of support as Mersey Gateway inquiry about to get underway

May 18, 2009adminNews

A council leader has described the plans for the new £431m Mersey Gateway as the most important project of his career.

Councillor Tony McDermott MBE, leader of Halton Borough Council, has submitted his views to the Mersey Gateway public inquiry, and said he believed the transport project was vital for the social and economic future of the region.

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Council evidence for Mersey Gateway submitted to public inquiry

April 20, 2009adminNews

The Mersey Gateway team has today (Monday 20 April) submitted its evidence to the public inquiry.

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