All posts tagged "Carr Lane"

  • Prescot Remondis Fire: Five Days On

    Five days on from a blaze at a waste facility in Prescot, firefighters are still on the scene extinguishing pockets of fire. A combined platform-ladder is in use from which to dampen areas still smouldering from deep-seated...

    • Posted December 9, 2016
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  • Major Fire at Prescot Waste Facility

    Prescot residents woke up to plumes of thick, black smoke this morning (Sunday 4 December). Fire crews were called to Carr Lane at 5.57am and were on the scene within six minutes. At least six fire appliances are...

    • Posted December 4, 2016
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  • Prescot Greenbelt Campaign Underway

    A campaign to save Prescot’s greenbelt from development is underway, with a meeting organised for Wednesday 18 March. The gathering is open to residents of Prescot and other parts of Knowsley affected by plans to remove protection...

    • Posted March 5, 2015
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  • Abandoned Cables Factory Becomes Urban Artists’ Playground

    A group of freerunners from Liverpool turned an abandoned Prescot factory into a makeshift obstacle course and captured their stunts – and a piece of local history – on film. Professional freerunners Urban Artists practise Parkour –...

    • Posted June 26, 2013
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  • Lib Dem Activist Opposes Prescot Waste Site

    Carl Cashman, well known for his local activism on behalf of Whiston and Prescot, sends me this item from the latest edition of Prescot Focus: CARL CASHMAN SLAMS LABOUR IN WASTE SITE UPDATE FOR PRESCOT RESIDENTS Lib...

    • Posted March 23, 2012
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  • More on Carr Lane, Prescot, Waste Site & Housing Development

    Yesterday, I reported that a commercial and industrial waste facility will be built at the old Pirelli/Prysmian/BICC Cables site on Carr Lane, Prescot. There is also talk of a housing development on the adjacent or surrounding land, and...

    • Posted January 31, 2012
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  • Commercial Waste Site for Carr Lane, Prescot, Gets Go-Ahead

    The former BICC (Pirelli) Rod Rollers site on Carr Lane, Prescot, will be transformed into a “recycling and recovery site for commercial, industrial and construction waste.” The photo (via Google Maps) highlights the site. Knowsley Metropolitan Borough...

    • Posted January 30, 2012
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