Post Tagged with: "Cheshire East Council"

Nantwich head launches school cladding inquiry after Grenfell Tower disaster

Nantwich head launches school cladding inquiry after Grenfell Tower disaster

A Nantwich headteacher is investigating cladding used on his school buildings, in light of the Grenfell Tower disaster which claimed more than 70 lives.

Andrew Cliffe, head of Brine Leas School on Audlem Road, says he has asked “questions” about cladding on a number of buildings on his site in wake of the tragedy.

Working group set up to tackle Nantwich travellers issue on Barony Park

Working group set up to tackle Nantwich travellers issue on Barony Park

A cross-party working group of community members has met to tackle the problems of travellers illegally setting up camps on Barony Park in Nantwich.

Councillors from all parties, officers from Cheshire East and Nantwich Town Council, and Cheshire police officers and residents’ representatives, have met to address the issue.

June 11, 2017 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Cheshire East Council could axe Sunday and evening bus services

Cheshire East Council could axe Sunday and evening bus services

A radical plan to axe all subsidised evening and Sunday bus services, is being considered by Cheshire East Council.

The proposal, which will now go out for a 10-week consultation, is designed to save the authority more than £1.5 million.

Nantwich children’s nurseries boosted by £750,000 free places funding

Nantwich children’s nurseries boosted by £750,000 free places funding

Two nurseries near Nantwich are among five to share more than £745,000 of government funding to boost free nursery places.

Rope Green Farm Day Nursery in Willaston, and Bramley Hedge Day Nursery in Bunbury, are to benefit from the capital funding.

High Court throws Muller lifeline in ongoing Stapeley housing battle

High Court throws Muller lifeline in ongoing Stapeley housing battle

A High Court judge has thrown Muller Property a lifeline in its bid to build a controversial 1,100-home ‘Nantwich South’ village in Stapeley.

The judge has quashed a decision by the Secretary of State last August which had refused Muller’s attempt to overturn Cheshire East Council’s original rejection of the development’s first phase.

Developers welcome care home scheme for former Nantwich pub

Developers welcome care home scheme for former Nantwich pub

Developers have welcomed the approval of plans to build a 60-bed care home on the site of the Red Lion pub in Nantwich.

Renewland Developments Ltd has secured planning permission from Cheshire East Council, on behalf of LNT Care Developments.

April 3, 2017 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich councillors welcome Mobile Children’s Centre for rural areas

Nantwich councillors welcome Mobile Children’s Centre for rural areas

A new mobile children’s centre soon to be unveiled in Nantwich and nearby villages, has been welcomed by town councillors.

The Cheshire East Council service is embarking on a tour of the area, with the aim of gathering views from the public on the facility.

Nantwich councillor “staggered” by Sec of State’s Stapeley road ruling

Nantwich councillor “staggered” by Sec of State’s Stapeley road ruling

A Nantwich councillor said he was “staggered” and “bitterly disappointed” after a Cabinet minister gave the go ahead for housing developers to use an “unsafe” access point.

Stapeley campaigners lost their fight this week to prevent Wainhomes from narrowing busy Audlem Road from 7m to just 5.5m.

February 8, 2017 1 comment Environment, News, Politics, Stapeley, Village News
Stapeley campaigners angry over Wainhomes “unsafe” road scheme

Stapeley campaigners angry over Wainhomes “unsafe” road scheme

A developer is allowed to make “unsafe” changes to a busy road in Nantwich – because it was granted permission in an earlier application.

Furious campaigners say the work to Audlem Road in Stapeley “defies all common sense”.

February 6, 2017 1 comment News, Stapeley, Village News
Cheshire East leaders welcome latest Government HS2 report

Cheshire East leaders welcome latest Government HS2 report

Council leaders in Cheshire East have welcomed a Government report which revealed more details about Phase Two of high-speed rail project HS2.

The report from the Secretary of State confirms the intended route known as 2b through Cheshire East and on to Manchester Airport and Manchester.

November 15, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Work starts on £200,000 Nantwich Pool upgrade

Work starts on £200,000 Nantwich Pool upgrade

A £200,000 upgrade of Nantwich Pool has started with repairs and improvements to the Cheshire East Council owned leisure facility.

The refurbishment will include a replacement of decayed wooden ceilings, replacement of lighting with economical LED lighting systems, full redecoration, refurbished changing room lockers and servicing of main pool pumps.

November 15, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich bus pass holders “penalised” by current timetable, say users

Nantwich bus pass holders “penalised” by current timetable, say users

Elderly bus users in Nantwich are calling for timetable changes to key morning routes so they can use their free passes.

They say they are being disadvantaged because the number 89 bus to Wrexham leaves Nantwich bus station at 9.25am.

November 10, 2016 11 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property appeals to High Court over Stapeley housing rejection

Muller Property has appealed against the Secretary of State’s decision to block plans for the 1,100-home ‘Nantwich South’ development in Stapeley.

Sources say Colin Muller has decided to continue his fight to build the scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Broad Lane and London Road.

September 22, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics