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PLANNING APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY TRAMWAY STABLES GAINS CONSENT

Panning approval was granted on 16th January 2017 for the erection of temporary stable facilities for the Horse Tramway on part of the land formerly occupied by the Aquadrome & Summerland. Interestingly the Planning Application which was dated the 12th October 2017, had no provision for the storage…

THREE YEARS FOR DOUGLAS PROM REGENERATION

"Minister says parking won't be a big problem" "Douglas Promenade planning is priority, as the Department of Infrastructure gets ready to regenerate the "worst" piece of road Infrastructure on Island. Subject to planning, the DoI will be tendering out the contract under the proviso that it's comple…

Press Release From The Department Of Infrastructure - Douglas Promenade

“The Department of Infrastructure has submitted its planning application for the redevelopment of Douglas Promenade. Subject to approval being granted, work will start in September to rejuvenate the area widely regarded as the ‘gateway to the Isle of Man.' The planning application features a new de…

The Grave of George F. Milnes - An Appeal

The Friends of Flaybrick is a voluntary group who foster interest in the Flaybrick Cemetery in Birkenhead. At one time Flaybrick was the main cemetery for Birkenhead people. George F. Milnes is buried there. The friends group give guided tours of their most famous Birkonians and on the tour they so…

"Fail-Safe Brakes To Be Fitted To Snaefell Trams"

"Fail-safe brakes are to be fitted to Snaefell Mountain Railway trams to prevent further runaway incidents." "Director public transport Ian Longworth says that the new equipment will be fitted on the veteran trams over the winter. He said: ’We realise that the current equipment does not meet modern…

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