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’sÂ 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 andÂ 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.