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Some have seen this issue coming, Hydrogen is going to produce Hydrogen from renewables & to eventually replace domestic gas with Hydrogen, but unfortunately we in the North west & north wales will need a new boiler but much cheaper than an air source heat pump. Hydrogen Boilers should be available from early next year but again will take time to roll this out.
Which LFT are you using, the throat & nose ones or the NEW just nose swab ones? ive read multiple reports that just swabbing the nose is less accurate especially for the omicron varient. Ive seen users use the nose only kits, swap just nose then another test with nose & throat & just the nose gave negative but with throat gave a positive result?
Its advised to ignore the instructions & swab the throat as well which can be hard as the new swab sticks are so so short.
Instead of a McDonald’s someone should install a Electric Charging Hub in the location, with at least 15 charging stations not the pathetic 2 most install, with charging speeds from 120kWh to 300Kwh, there is NO WHERE around Wrexham for fast charging apart from Morrisons JUST 2 50kWh & just 2 in Lidl. No wonder most people can’t get an electric car.
Once again Wrexham Planning department showing its not fit for Purpose & so are some of the Councilers, No local objection to Lindop Brothers carshowroom expansion of carpark, BUT chief planning officer Lawrence Isted recommended the plans were refused, stating that the development had not met the “exceptional circumstances” needed to justify an extension onto green barrier land. It will only take a vary small part of the Green Belt, Council more interested in a very small part of the Green Belt then stopping a LONG running business from closing & loosing jobs. Even with most residents ok with the development.
Shame on you Wrexham Council, sounds like Another appeal coming.
Nice that the council is building more council homes as it will save them money as they would stop paying to house people in private property’s, stop paying over priced rent to private landlords, but Totally agree, doesn’t the Council already own its own land around Wrexham? so the land would be free? even if they do have to buy their own land, the builders much be making a large profit from the council, actual house building has hardly changed in the last 15 years its land prices that have gone up dramatically. Hope someone is auditing the costs.
Wrexham planning department & planning officer are terrible & need urgent reform or replacing, but finally they get a decision right & the councils go against their advice of McDonalds.
Fresh Fades barbers shop staff have not worn a face mask well I’ve never seen them, nor have majority of their customers, I’m not surprised they have opened & been fined. Guess they still won’t care.
What Wrexham needs are more 2 bedroom housed not flats, & for a Rule that for the first month ONLY owner occupiers can purchase the house, as most development recently have only built 2 to 8 2 bedroom houses & virtually all are instantly bought by Buy To Let landlords. 2 bedroom houses are starter homes.
“The application for the second and third floors of 39 to 41 High Street had been recommended for approval by Wrexham Council’s chief planning officer”
Is this the same planning officer that refused the Wrexham industrial estate Tomato greenhouse plan? But is happy with ultra small flats. This planning officer is useless.
- This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by newwales.
This is good news, I could never understand why the largest Town in north wales & with the biggest industrial estate in the UK did not have its own testing facility.
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