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Darlington Street, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1D/9 1 Dec 1975 Wolverhampton Archives

The top of Darlington Street opposite Beatties, where old shops were due to be adapted and refurbished as rentable office units with modern shops on the ground floor. Cradley Heath, Halesowen, and Tarmac Group are mentioned, and the photograph includes t

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Newport Street, Park Village, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1N/5 6 Jan 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Midshires Building Society was putting up the cash for private householders in Park Village to borrow to improve their run-down homes. Frederick Shaw of Crowther Street, Edith Taylor of Leslie Road, Martin Cooper, and Councillor Ken Purchase are quoted. C

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Springfield Road, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/W1S/57 21 Jan 1983 Wolverhampton Archives

Ken Newey returned to his former home which had been refurbished as part of a facelift scheme for the Park Village area. Rolls-Royce, Wolverhampton Council, Wildwood, Stafford, and the Contract Housing Organisation are mentioned. The photograph shows Ken

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The Wergs, Tettenhall

D-EXP/P/T1/53 11 Apr 1976 Wolverhampton Archives

Local people, led by former England women’s cricket captain Rachel Heyhoe-Flint, were calling on Tory MP Nick Budgen to back their fight against Tarmac’s plans to build an office block on lane between Danescourt Road and Coppice Lane. Wolverhampton Counci

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Tarmac Construction Ltd, The Wergs, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/I44/11 20 Apr 1978 Wolverhampton Archives

Wolverhampton Planning Committee decided by one vote to support the development of an executive office block at the Wergs, despite opposition from residents. Nick Budgen MP, Environment Secretary Peter Shore, West Midlands County Council, Coppice Lane, Da