THE newly-formed Oswestry Town Council's will be asked to provide comments to Shropshire Council for a consultation on the restructuring of local bus services.

Councillors will be asked to comment on potential changes to operating town services in Oswestry; specifically the 400, 402, 403 and 404 and the 405 on schooldays only.

Both are currently operated by Arriva Midlands and comments to the council are required by Monday, June 7.

A report into the consultation also noted that the Future Oswestry Group has been asked top lead a review into town bus services and progress is being made on the research into that.

Meanwhile, also at the meeting on Wednesday – held at the Eastern Oswestry Centre to allow space for members and the public – David Clough, the town's retail and events manager, will set out the proposal for vehicle activated signs to combat speeding in the town.

There will be an update on a request to Shropshire Council to consider a review of the allocation of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), or Neighbourhood, Funds, after complaints at a previous town council meeting that the town was not receiving enough.

Town council clerk Arren Roberts wrote to Shropshire Council to request the review, which confirmed that it was not possible to redirect the funds but a pooling with neighbouring parish councils could be carrying on a project basis.

Councillors will also noted that Shropshire Council has also placed a S10 and S14 notice on the council in relation to Mile End and the A5.

Anyone objecting to the order can do so by June 4.

The meeting will also address a number of planning items and is available to view on Zoom from 7pm at meeting ID 849 1554 1727.