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Trafford

(ˈtræfəd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in NW England, in Greater Manchester. Pop: 211 800 (2003 est). Area: 106 sq km (41 sq miles)
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James Pearson - Liverpool Wavertree, where the Conservatives came 17,302 behind Luciana Berger MR PEARSON lives in Wavertree and has been involved in local government for more than 10 years, including serving two terms as a councillor on Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council. The dad-of-one is an officer in the Army Reserves and has served in Afghanistan and Cyprus.
Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council vetoed the latest marketing ploy by the Welsh Government after bosses at Manchester Airport removed a similar poster on an approach road to the site A public relations firm had sought to erect a 100sq m panel ad across the Trafford Arch spanning the main A56 Chester road near the home of Manchester United.
Lawyers for Derwent Holdings, which owns a retail park near Old Trafford, said Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council acted unfairly when it granted Lancashire planning permission in 2010.
The Irwell City Park vision is being brought together through a partnership of Central Salford Urban Regeneration Company, Salford City Council, Manchester City Council, Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council, the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and private sector partners.
Telecomms integrator and consultancy Freedom Communications is to supply a voice network for Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council, a UK local authority.
Common property within Trafford Park is protected by contract security guards hired by Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council. A handful of local police officers routinely patrol the estate.
Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council have said they will shut down sections of tier two of the West Stand after fans ignored pleas and stood during the quarter-final against Bayern Munich.