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Tarmac Richardson Developments, Fort Dunlop

D-EXP/P/I32/379 16 Aug 1989 Wolverhampton Archives

The Don and Roy Richardson consortium planned to turn the tyre plant into a business, industry and shopping complex near Spaghetti Junction.

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British Steel, Bilston Steelworks Site

D-EXP/P/I32/362 21 Jun 1994 Wolverhampton Archives

Tarmac was facing a large bill to clear contamination and drainage problems on the redundant site. The photograph shows Labour Councillor and ex-steelworker Bert Turner looking over site.

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British Steel, Bilston Steelworks

D-EXP/P/I32/264 5 Jun 1986 Wolverhampton Archives

The proposed dismantling of a crane by Tarmac, the new owners of the site,was condemned by the Labour Party, including Spring Vale Labour Councillor Alan Garner.

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Tarmac, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/I44/193 6 Dec 1990 Wolverhampton Archives

The firm planned to market Christmas cards shaped like Christmas trees made out of recycled paper. The GAIA Foundation is mentioned, and the photograph shows John Thorpe.

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Tarmac Construction Ltd, Wolverhampton

D-EXP/P/I44/17 08 Nov 1991 Wolverhampton Archives

The PA Golden Leaf Award for Responsible Environmental Management in the West Midlands was presented to Charles Novotny at Tarmac’s Hilton headquarters, near Wolverhampton, for its plans to generate electricity from a West Midlands waste disposal site at

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Tarmac Construction Ltd.

D-EXP/P/I44/15 1980s Wolverhampton Archives

The photograph shows a steel skeleton of a building being erected at an unknown location.

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Tarmac Construction Ltd.

D-EXP/P/I44/14 1980s Wolverhampton Archives

The photograph shows a steel skeleton of a building being erected at an unknown location.

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Tarmac Construction Ltd.

D-EXP/P/I44/13 1980s Wolverhampton Archives

The photograph shows a steel skeleton of a building being erected at an unknown location.