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Second public inquiry result on Muller Stapeley housing bid in the balance

Second public inquiry result on Muller Stapeley housing bid in the balance

The result of a second public inquiry into the Muller Property application for Stapeley could take as long as 10 weeks to be announced.

A four-day inquiry was held last week into the first phase proposal by Muller to build 189 houses, industrial units, space for a school, and access road off Peter de Stapleigh Way.

RSPCA hunt owners after dog tied up and left for dead in Crewe

RSPCA hunt owners after dog tied up and left for dead in Crewe

RSPCA officers are hunting owners of a dog they left for dead and bleeding tied up to a road sign in Crewe

A woman spotted the large Dogue de Bordeaux abandoned in Birchall Walk.

February 4, 2017 0 comments Crime, Human Interest, News
Cheshire East Local Plan finally earns Inspector’s backing

Cheshire East Local Plan finally earns Inspector’s backing

A Planning Inspector has backed Cheshire East’s delayed Local Plan for shaping future development – almost three years after it was first submitted.

But the authority still faces a further delay before the Plan is formally adopted.

December 15, 2016 1 comment Environment, News, Politics
Revised Cheshire East Local Plan to be re-submitted to inspector

Revised Cheshire East Local Plan to be re-submitted to inspector

Cheshire East Council’s much-delayed Local Plan is finally being re-submitted for inspection – two years after its original effort was handed in.

Council bosses have been revising the Local Plan after staging a NINTH public consultation exercise.

Cheshire East Local Plan not in place until late 2016, says report

Cheshire East Local Plan not in place until late 2016, says report

Cheshire East Council’s Local Plan will not be in place before late 2016 at the earliest, a report says.

Campaigners in Nantwich fear this could pave the way for more developers to submit housing applications on green land.

New “beat” policing model better for Nantwich, says inspector

New “beat” policing model better for Nantwich, says inspector

Nantwich’s new inspector told councillors a new way of policing in the town will make it “better” than before.

Insp Alison Ross, the new Beat Manager for the town, told a Nantwich Town Council meeting that a new team dedicated to longer term “community policing” will resolve many issues.

July 13, 2015 0 comments Crime, Environment, Human Interest, News
36,000 new homes needed in Cheshire East, claims growth forecast

36,000 new homes needed in Cheshire East, claims growth forecast

Cheshire East could see a massive 36,000 new homes over the next 15 years, according to reports published today (May 13).

That’s a rise of 7,000 on the number originally predicted in the initial draft of the Cheshire East Local Plan.

Cheshire East councillor steps aside as ‘flawed’ Local Plan costs top £3.7 million

Cheshire East councillor steps aside as ‘flawed’ Local Plan costs top £3.7 million

Furious opposition councillors have called for Cheshire East Council heads to roll after figures revealed £3.7 million has been spent on the authority’s flawed Local Plan.

And the first casualty was unveiled today, as Cllr David Brown who has overseen the Plan since 2010 announced he is stepping aside.

November 19, 2014 5 comments Environment, News, Politics
Protect Stapeley campaigner blasts council over Local Plan problems

Protect Stapeley campaigner blasts council over Local Plan problems

A campaigner fighting to keep developers away from Stapeley and Nantwich says Cheshire East’s Local Plan delay will “inevitably lead” to more unsuitable developments.

Pat Cullen, who runs Protect Stapeley, has blasted council staff for failing after five years to get the Local Plan adopted.

November 18, 2014 1 comment Environment, News, Politics, Stapeley
Willaston developer wins appeal to build 146 homes off Moorfields

Willaston developer wins appeal to build 146 homes off Moorfields

Willaston will see another 146 houses built after yet another appeal against Cheshire East Council was upheld by planning inspectors.

Residents and councillors have reacted angrily to the decision to allow the appeal for homes to be built on green land off Moorfields, Willaston.

August 4, 2014 0 comments Village News, Willaston & Rope
Nantwich councillors angry over Audlem Road appeal ruling

Nantwich councillors angry over Audlem Road appeal ruling

Nantwich councillors have spoken out against a planning appeal ruling which will see another 40 homes built on green land.

Cllrs Andrew Martin and Peter Groves say they are “disappointed” at a planning inspector’s decision to uphold Wainhomes Ltd’s appeal.

July 26, 2014 3 comments Environment, News, Politics
Latest Cheshire East housing supply ruling “big blow”, says Nantwich campaigner

Latest Cheshire East housing supply ruling “big blow”, says Nantwich campaigner

A campaigner fighting  housing developments in Nantwich fears the latest ruling by a planning inspector on Cheshire East’s 5-year supply is a “huge blow”. Pat Cullen, who heads the Protect Stapeley group, says residents have been “let down”.

April 14, 2014 2 comments Environment, Latest, Politics, Stapeley
Cheshire East Council fails on 5-year housing claim, says Government Inspector

Cheshire East Council fails on 5-year housing claim, says Government Inspector

Councillors have blasted Cheshire East Council after a Government Planning Inspector ruled the authority has failed to demonstrate it has s 5-year housing supply. The Inspector’s findings are in a report upholding an appeal by a housing developer to build 94 houses on land near Sandbach.