Here are the latest planning applications to appear before Calderdale Council VALIDATEDPrune trees (Tree Preservation Order): Beech Royde, Keighley Road, Illingworth.Two storey side extension: 10 Vicar Park Road, Halifax.Prune three trees (Tree Preservation Order): The Old Vicarage Saddleworth Road, Barkisland.Replacement garage: Woodburn Cottage, Albert Road, Halifax.Single storey extension to side with terrace veranda : 3 Tower Gardens, Halifax.Alterations to the lock stone coping and repairs to the damaged metal lock ladder. (Listed Building Consent): Brearley Lock, 6 Rochdale Canal Brearley Luddendenfoot.Single storey rear extension: Ricksan Wainstalls Lodge Lane, Wainstalls, Halifax.Prune trees (Tree Preservation Order): 137 Industrial Road, Sowerby Bridge.Detached dormer bungalow with detached garage: Grove Dene, Wade House Road, Shelf.Change of use of shop (A1/A3) to hot food takeaway (A5): 2 Mayfield Grove, Halifax.Single storey extension to existing lean-to element of the … [Read more...] about Planning applications: Permit for increased opening hours at Calderdale supermarket
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He considered himself a menace to society and his gambling addiction left him on the brink. For too long he did nothing about it. He was paralysed with fear but still consumed by the pursuit of adrenaline only gambling could give him. Glennon began working for a wholesale company in 2010. He remembers his start date vividly because it was a week after the Galway races. His gambling habit would threaten the company's existence after he stole an estimated €70,000 and handed it over to betting companies. Last week the 27-year-old was given 240 hours' community service in lieu of seven concurrent two-year prison sentences after pleading guilty to seven sample charges of theft from the same employer. The charges related to the theft of various amounts of cash from J&C Kenny Wine Distributors totalling €40,460. At their peak his gambling debts tallied close to €200,000. His mother has had to re-mortgage the family home near Loughrea, Co Galway, to repay her son's … [Read more...] about All-Ireland winner Davy Glennon details the money he gambled as hurling ‘papered over the cracks’
A CRACKDOWN on lasers that can stop speed cameras from catching reckless motorists is needed, according to safety campaigners. Private sellers trying to shift the laser jammers that fool police tech have recently been spotted being promoted on major online retailers. And while legally sold as parking sensors or garage door openers, the devices are illegal if they are used to interfere with police radars and fixed speed cameras. The laser jammers are able to detect a radar beam and automatically send out another signal on the same frequency, preventing the car's speed from being read. According to The Telegraph, a number of adverts were posted with online sellers such as Amazon and eBay, where the user was promoting their ability to act as a cloaking device against speed cameras. Drivers that choose to fit a laser jammer can be charged with perverting the course of justice - a crime which carries jail time for offenders. How a laser jammer interferes with a speed gun The jammer comes … [Read more...] about Calls for crackdown on sale of illegal speed camera laser jammers online as Brits try to dodge fines
Wales 16 April 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-43788658 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel In a new television series entitled The Crash Detectives, BBC Wales follows the work of Gwent Police's Collision Investigation Unit. In the first episode of four programmes, producer Jenny Casterton finds out if CCTV can reveal the … [Read more...] about CCTV shows truth of fatal garage crash
Police are today urging drivers to protect themselves against the so-called ‘Corsa Cannibals’....by changing the way they park their cars. Brazen thieves stripped the bonnet, grille and lights from a silver Corsa parked outside a home in Chester-le-Street over the Easter Weekend. It was the first known time that crooks known as ‘Corsa Cannibals’ targeted a car in the area. The phenomenon began in 2013 and got its name after more than 500 Corsas had parts removed while parked-up in Bedfordshire. The craze then swept the country with a number of cases reported in Teesside. It is believed skilled thieves are able to remove valuable parts from the front of Corsas without causing any damage. Vauxhall claims its hatchbacks have been targeted because of their popularity, especially with younger drivers who are more likely to be involved in crashes, which often cause damage to the front end of their vehicle. And today a police officer has urged Corsa drivers to think … [Read more...] about Who are the Vauxhall ‘Corsa Cannibals’ and how can you protect yourself?