New major retailers move into Merry Hill shopping park

The Shopping Park of Merry Hill will soon have two new members on its corridors. Two major retailers have announced that they are going to open huge and modern stores in the shopping center. The latest acquisitions of the intu Read More

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Winnipeg council reviewing housing developer after more trees are cut down

Investigations by the City of Winnipeg are underway to determine if the Parker Lands developers followed the scope of their permit following the cutting down on the last of the remaining trees at a site earlier in the month of Read More

Redesigned church in Lichfield to become library & arts hub

A £1.4 million redevelopment of St Mary’s Church in Lichfield into a library and a multi-use performance area is almost done. The project by Croft Building and Conservation Ltd aims to transform a church in the market square into a Read More


What Are The Main Issues With Japanese Knotweed?

A pesky plant with extensive roots, the Japanese knotweed could damage the ecosystem in your garden and even destroy valuable structures in your property. Any homeowner who has the misfortune of identifying this species in their garden won’t need an Read More

The main hazards of playing at outdated playground equipments

Regular visits to the playground are one of the best ways to encourage physical activity in childhood. However, there may be hazards of playing with outdated playground equipment. In particular, falls, which do not trigger immediate symptoms, inhibit the natural Read More

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How solar energy is being used to power the UK’s first ‘virtual power station

UK Power Network has recently launched its first Virtual Solar Power Plant in London to add a new dimension to its power generation resources. This virtual power plant will be powered through batteries and domestic solar panels. First of all, Read More