Councilors considering the future of the former Shawfield Day Center site have been advised to avoid raising community expectations of its use. Guildford Borough Council’s Executive Service Delivery Advisory Council met on Thursday evening (May 19) to continue initial discussions on the future of Ash’s site. Possibilities include the developmentRead More →

A former Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) parking lot currently serving homeless residents in Mountain View could soon be replaced with as many as 220 affordable apartments, as city officials seek to build dense housing for low-income residents. income on the property. The city currently leases and plans to purchase theRead More →

The court-appointed receiver takes offers from potential contractors to close the first compartment. LAMANATEE COUNTY, Florida — The Florida Department of Environmental Protection revealed on Friday that it had issued an order approving a conceptual closure plan for the former Piney Point phosphate mining facility. The plan, which can beRead More →

The Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA) will soon have its permanent home with the recent signing of the contract for the comprehensive and sustainable development master plan for the agency’s 30-hectare site in the Clark Special Economic Zone (CSEZ). A joint venture consisting of TAM Planner Co., PhilKoei Intl Inc. andRead More →

Subscribe to Alarm Clock, cleveland.comThe free morning newsletter from , delivered to your inbox weekdays at 5:30 a.m. Mostly cloudy but warmer today, with highs reaching the mid 50s. Showers are likely overnight, with lows in the upper 40s. Read more. MLB: Guardians vs. Chicago White Sox, postponed dumping committee:Read More →

Developers plan to create 17 apartments in the former school CAPAC — Last month the Capac planning commission approved the site plan submitted by developers seeking to breathe new life into the former Capac college as housing for the elderly. Plans are to approach the project in two phases, withRead More →

The ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is set to suppress rumors, speculation and opinions about China Eastern’s crash from the country’s tightly controlled internet, while even state-licensed journalists have reported problems accessing the crash site. Since authorities announced on March 22 that all 132 people aboard Flight MU5735, a ChinaRead More →

As concerns about sustainability continue to grow, so does greenwashing in the fashion industry. Surprisingly, a recent study by the Changing Markets Foundation found that almost 60% of green claims made by 12 leading brands in the UK and Europe were unsubstantiated or misleading. That’s why the campaign group hasRead More →

LAHORE: To establish new friendly business ties, the Egyptian government delegation visited the project site of CBD Punjab. Lahore Central Business District Development Authority (LCBDDA) CEO Imran Amin, Chief Operating Officer Brigadier Mansoor Janjua (Retired), LCBDDA Board Members and Chief Executives of the LCDBDA welcomed the delegates. The delegation wasRead More →

news, latest news, Industrial action planned by staff at the CopRice factory in Cobden has been postponed. United Workers Union spokesman Tom Czech said staff met with company representatives last week. “Negotiations are progressing and as a result members voted to delay industrial action,” Czech said. “It’s a positive stepRead More →

Plans have been submitted for a brand new community-owned solar farm in Plymouth, which could power almost 4,000 homes a year. After launching the scheme this summer and undertaking extensive community consultation, Plymouth City Council and local charity Plymouth Energy Community (PEC) have submitted a joint planning application to developRead More →

The site of a former coal-fired power plant in Somerset will be transformed into Massachusetts’ first offshore wind turbine manufacturing plant, the governor announced Thursday. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited the old Brayton Point Power Station to celebrate the plans. The state’s last coal-fired power plant,Read More →

Last month’s strike by 8,000 workers at the King Soopers grocery store in Colorado is an important strategic experiment for the working class. Once again, a powerful strike movement has been isolated and betrayed by pro-business unions, demonstrating the need for new organisations. Workers at King Soopers, which is ownedRead More →