Newport and District Civic Society (NDCS) is made up of local people from Newport and the surrounding rural area who care about the places we live,work,shop and socialise. We are not simply about retaining the old but very much about influencing the new to provide a better environment and community for all to enjoy.

Planning Applications

Plans for 350 homes and business space set to be approved

Details in the link below:- https://www.shropshirestar.com/news/politics/2020/11/11/plans-for-350-homes-and-business-space-set-to-be-approved/

TWC/2020/0809 – 74 High Street, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 7BA

Application for prior approval for the change of use from Use Class A1 (Retail Shop) to Use Class A3 (Restaurants and Cafe) by Pretty Puds.

Royal Victoria Apartments, St Marys Street, Newport. Erection of a roof extension to include the construction of 3no. apartments, removal and rebuilding of the gable wall (Full Planning application)

Details of the roof extension for the 3 additional apartments in the link below:- https://secure.telford.gov.uk/planning/pa-documents-documents-public.aspx?ApplicationNumber=TWC/2020/0618

Latest News

The Review of the Telford & Wrekin Local Plan Consultation on Issues & Options Extension of closing date for comments – 5pm on 8th January 2021

Due to the current lockdown T&WC have decided to extend the Consultation on the Local Plan Review Issues and Options document. The consultation started on 12th October 2020 and will now run to the 8th January 2021. This is a key stage of the Local Plan Review, seeking views on the scale of future development […]

Planning White Paper – Consultation Response plus Have your say on what the future looks like for Telford and Wrekin The Local Plan Review: Issues and Options Consultation has opened

Below is the response by Newport and District Civic Society to the Planning White Paper: ‘NDCS has been a member of Civic Voice(‘CV’) since its inception and prior to that was a member of Civic Trust. Over many years we have been involved in a variety of both planning and wider issues relating to Newport […]