Post Tagged with: "Kingsley Fields"

Four major Nantwich housing schemes on “high risk” wrong air quality data list

Four major Nantwich housing schemes on “high risk” wrong air quality data list

Four major Nantwich housing development applications are on a “high risk” list of 12 impacted by the manipulated air quality scandal, Cheshire East Council has revealed.

Developments at Stapeley Gardens, Kingsley Fields, Audlem Road/Broad Lane, and Queens Drive are all on the list the council has been forced to review after external investigators uncovered ‘deliberate’ manipulation of air quality test results.

Police vow to target Reaseheath speeding with new kit

Police vow to target Reaseheath speeding with new kit

Police in Nantwich have vowed to target motorists speeding at Reaseheath after the latest accident on the A51.

Residents reacted angrily this week and called for more action from police, council and college chiefs to improve safety measures.

October 25, 2014 2 comments Environment, News, Reaseheath & Worleston
A51 Reaseheath bypass in Nantwich three years away, residents told

A51 Reaseheath bypass in Nantwich three years away, residents told

Work on a much-needed Reaseheath A51 bypass promised as part of the massive 1,100-home Kingsley Fields development, is at least three years away.

Reaseheath College Principal Meredydd David told concerned residents that work on the bypass is not due to start until the third year of the development.

Reaseheath College to unveil multi-million pound expansion plan

Reaseheath College to unveil multi-million pound expansion plan

Residents will get the chance to quiz Reaseheath College bosses over its expansion bid as part of the plan to build 1,000 homes on green land on the edge of Nantwich.

The college has organised a public meeting to outline its future development, which is tied in to the North West Nantwich Consortium’s proposed housing and retail site at Kingsley Fields.

Nantwich Walled Garden Society fight to save piece of history

Nantwich Walled Garden Society fight to save piece of history

Members of Nantwich Walled Garden Society have vowed to fight to restore the garden and turn it into a tourist attraction. The garden site is owned by a private developer who has permission from Cheshire East Council to build properties on the site.

April 11, 2014 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest
Councillor says Nantwich people “let down” over Kingsley Fields plan

Councillor says Nantwich people “let down” over Kingsley Fields plan

A Nantwich councillor admits people in the town have been “let down” after plans for the massive 1,100-home Kingsley Fields development were approved. Cllr Jon Hopkins (pictured) was among several councillors to speak out over the impact the development could have on Nantwich.

Cheshire East Local Plan Strategy voted through by full council

Cheshire East Local Plan Strategy voted through by full council

Cheshire East councillors have voted through the final version of a new Local Plan Strategy which is to be sent to Government for endorsement. The Plan proposes a number of policies which impact on Nantwich and surrounding areas over the next 15 to 20 years.

Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich town could face major flooding problems like those in the south if more developments take place near the River Weaver. That was the warning from Nantwich Mayor Cllr John Lewis after outline planning permission for the 1,100-homes Kingsley Fields plan was  approved.

Kingsley Fields 1,100-homes plan for North West Nantwich approved

Kingsley Fields 1,100-homes plan for North West Nantwich approved

A development of up to 1,100 houses, businesses, shops and a possible school in Nantwich has been approved by Cheshire East Council. The plan is for land at Kingsley Fields and was put forward by the North West Nantwich Consortium, including Reaseheath College and Mosaic Estates.

Cheshire East £5.3 million New Homes Bonus sparks criticism

Cheshire East £5.3 million New Homes Bonus sparks criticism

Cheshire East Council is to receive more than £5 million in a “New Homes Bonus” grant from the Government in 2014. It’s one of the largest payouts in the North West – and has sparked criticism from campaigners fighting over-development in areas like Nantwich.

Huge 1,100-home Kingsley Fields Nantwich scheme “backed” by planners

Huge 1,100-home Kingsley Fields Nantwich scheme “backed” by planners

A development of up to 1,100 houses, businesses, shops and a possible school in Nantwich has been recommended for approval. The proposal, for land at Kingsley Fields (pictured), has been put forward by the North West Nantwich Consortium, including Reaseheath College.

Town’s rare Roman artefacts go on display at Nantwich Museum

Town’s rare Roman artefacts go on display at Nantwich Museum

A selection of artefacts dug up during the Kingsley Fields excavation in Nantwich have gone on display at the town’s museum. The Roman dig was carried out in 2002 by Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit, funded by developers Bellway Homes.

Nantwich cycleway through Reaseheath to close amid safety fears

Nantwich cycleway through Reaseheath to close amid safety fears

A cycleway through grounds of a Nantwich college is to be closed – because of safety fears for students. Reaseheath College has been told it needs to shut the route, a link to the national Sustrans cycleway,  because of “increasingly stringent” regulations.