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Historic building made heritage asset

The future of a historic trap maker’s premises in Wednesfield has been secured.

After recent news stories about heritage buildings in Wednesfield facing uncertain futures, we’re pleased to be able to report that the future of a historic building has been secured.

The Black Country Bugle reports that the former Trap Maker’s premises at 43 Taylor Street, Wednesfield has been designated as a heritage asset by the City Council after a campaign by Erica Williams.

Erica submitted an application for a local listing of the premises with Wolverhampton Council and Sue Whitehouse, the Historic Environment Officer has put the site on the Historic Environment Record. This has given it status as a heritage asset and this will need to be given consideration should any planning applications come in that would affect the site.

Source / Photo: Black Country Bugle.

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