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A public meeting will be held in Cannock on Monday to discuss current performance issues on the Chase Line which connects Rugeley, Hednesford and Cannock with Walsall and Birmingham.
The M6 Toll which runs between Cannock and Solihull is raising prices from July 2019.
Cannock Chase Council have halved their staff car park off Brunswick Road and re-developed it into a public pay and display car park.
The Designer Shopping Outlet at Mill Green in Cannock is well underway and opinions vary on the positives and negatives for the town of this £160m development. Is it the final nail in the coffin for Cannock Town Centre?
Local taxi company Corky's Cars have a new vehicle in the fleet...Santa's sleigh; which is of course driven by Father Christmas who is providing FREE taxi rides throughout Cannock!
Corky's Cars now provide a taxi service for Cheslyn Hay and Great Wyrley thanks to a South Staffordshire License.
Corky's Cars going hybrid
Corky's Cars going hybrid
Cannock based taxi company Corky's Cars continue to ride the crest of the technology wave as they are now embracing the benefits of hybrid vehicles.
Heart of Hednesford has applied for a Community Rail Licence to adopt the station which will allow us to work on and around the area to keep it nice, make improvements and have a say in future plans.
Through its London-based European arm, Exeter Property Group has lodged a major planning application with Cannock Chase Council to secure consent to build a substantial distribution warehouse on a 20 acre plot of land at Kingswood Business Park in Cannock.
Amanda Milling, Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase, is asking local residents to pencil National Pothole Day in their diaries and download a free pothole reporting app. Friday 15th of January 2016 is the second “National Pothole Day” and sees launch a national pothole reporting challenge.
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