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Wrexham County Borough Council
Wrexham Council has approved plans for a new £14m police headquarters at Llay Industrial Estate by 2017.
Wrexham Council is to consider plans from the Welsh Ambulance Service Trust and North Wales Fire & Rescue Service to build a shared emergency services centre on Croesnewydd Road.
Wrexham Council is to consider proposals from Wrexham Power to build a £800m gas-fired power plant on the Wrexham Industrial Estate, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Wrexham Council is in discussions with the North Wales Wildlife Trust about the possibility of transforming Minera Quarry into a caving tourist attraction.
Wrexham Council is considering plans for the £2m expansion of Wrexham Museum, including space for the National Museum & Library of Wales.
Wrexham County Borough Council is to receive PFI credits worth £23m to build a recycling plant in partnership with Waste Recycling Group, and a planning application is expected later this year.
Wrexham Council is planning to redevelop one of its two remaining care homes at a cost of £8m, in order to build 50 units for elderly residents on the Llys Madoc site.
Wrexham Council is to consider plans from Wilson Bowden for a £95m retail development in the town centre, including a Debenhams department store and up to 40 smaller units.
Wrexham County Borough Council is considering revised plans from HLC for the construction of a £27m waste processing plant at the Wrexham Industrial Estate, which would create about 80 jobs.
Wrexham County Borough Council has approved plans from Wrexham Theatre Trustees for the development of a £7m theatre and conference centre at the Wrexham Library.
Wrexham County Borough Council is to consider plans from the North East Wales NHS Trust for the refurbishment of Penley Hospital, although the cost of the project is not yet known.
Wrexham County Borough Council is planning to build a new 400-seat theatre next year, as the Arts Council of Wales has approved nearly £4m of Lottery funding.
Wrexham Council is to consider plans from Key Properties for the development of a dry ski-slope, toboggan run and holiday chalets on derelict land between Llay and Gresford.
Wrexham Council has proposed a deal with waste management firm HLC to build a £20m waste disposal plant, which would create 70 jobs.