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Cumbria County Council is in discussions with West Cumbria Mining about the development of a new £15m coal mine in Whitehaven, with the creation of up to 500 jobs.
Cumbria County Council is to relocate 70 staff from the Friargate office in Penrith to the Skirsgill Highways Depot and Barnardo's Children's Centre in November.
Cumbria County Council is to relocate its Carlisle headquarters and up to 1,000 staff to a new building at Botchergate by 2015.
Cumbria County Council is to consider plans from Low Level Waste Repository for the £150m expansion of its radioactive waste storage site at Drigg.
Cumbria County Council has approved plans from a farming co-operative to develop a £2m anaerobic digestion energy plant at Kirkbride by 2011.
Cumbria County Council is to consider plans from Endecom UK to build a radioactive waste disposal plant at the former Keekle Head opencast mine.
Cumbria County Council has approved plans from Shanks for the development of a £20m household waste recycling plant at Hespin Wood near Carlisle by early 2012.
Cumbria County Council has agreed a £400m deal with Shanks Waste Solutions to build and operate waste treatment plants in Carlisle and Barrow, while transfer stations will be created in Penrith, Distington and Kendal Fell.
Cumbria County Council is considering plans to build six new care homes for the elderly in Penrith, Wigton, Alston, Keswick, Millom and Brampton over the next five years.
Cumbria County Council has secured a £4.7m lottery grant to relocate its archive centre from Carlisle Castle to a new extension at Lady Gillford House in Petteril Bank in 2010.
Cumbria County Council and Agilisys are expected to expand the workforce at the Consumer Direct call centre in Barrow, having secured government approval to cover consumer organisations.
Cumbria County Council is planning to build a £4m bus and rail interchange at Workington railway station by 2010.
Cumbria County Council has awarded a £6m contract to Kier to expand the Eden leisure centre in Penrith.
Cumbria County Council is considering plans from Warwick Energy for the development of 30 wind turbines off Walney Island, while Solway Offshore has lodged a bid for a 60-turbine wind farm off the Cumbrian coast.
Cumbria County Council has announced plans to invest £4.6m in the improvement of transport facilities over the next five years.