Revised proposals for Staffordshire colliery to go on show

Revised proposals to regenerate a disused colliery in Staffordshire will go on show at a public exhibition on Monday. People will be able to view the masterplan for Silverdale, which has been reworked following public concern over the provision of recreation and community facilities. The colliery, which closed in 1998 with the loss of more than 1,000 jobs, will be revamped with 300 mixed-tenure homes, a village square, play areas and a community centre. An application for the scheme, which is funded through the national coalfields programme, was submitted by English Partnerships in March.

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