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Supreme Court judges allow 170 homes plan for green gap land in Willaston

Supreme Court judges allow 170 homes plan for green gap land in Willaston

A landmark Supreme Court ruling has allowed Richborough Estates to build 170 homes on green land in Willaston.

The decision, by five judges in the highest court in the land, brings an end to a three-year legal battle.

Cheshire East “disappointed” as appeal allows Moorfields housing scheme

Cheshire East “disappointed” as appeal allows Moorfields housing scheme

Cheshire East Council chiefs say they are “disappointed” after the Court of Appeal allowed a controversial 146-home development in Willaston.

Richborough Estates was given the go ahead in August last year following a public inquiry into the application on land off Moorfields.

Councillors urged to throw out 170-homes plan at Moorfields, Willaston

Councillors urged to throw out 170-homes plan at Moorfields, Willaston

Councillors are being advised to throw out plans for 170 homes on land in Willaston, Nantwich.

The bid by Richborough Estates on land north of Moorfields, is due to be considered by Cheshire East Council’s Strategic Planning Board tomorrow (November 18)

November 17, 2015 1 comment News, Village News, Willaston & Rope
Villagers celebrate as High Court throws out Willaston plan

Villagers celebrate as High Court throws out Willaston plan

Villagers fighting plans for 146 homes in Willaston are celebrating after a High Court overturned an appeal.

A judge has ruled that proposals by Richborough Estates for the homes off Moorfields should be thrown out.

Judicial review ends on Moorfields homes plan in Willaston

Judicial review ends on Moorfields homes plan in Willaston

A judicial review decision on controversial housing plans for Willaston has been delayed.

The two-day hearing into plans for 146 houses off Moorfields took place in London.

February 16, 2015 0 comments Village News, Willaston & Rope
Council bosses mount High Court challenge over Moorfields appeal in Willaston

Council bosses mount High Court challenge over Moorfields appeal in Willaston

Council bosses are to mount a High Court challenge over a planning inspector’s decision to allow 170 new homes in Willaston, Nantwich.

Cheshire East Council has decided to fight the ruling after Government planning inspector Alan Boyland upheld an appeal made by Bloor Homes to develop land at Moorfields, Willaston.

September 17, 2014 0 comments Environment, News, Politics
Councillor urges judicial review over Willaston homes appeal decision

Councillor urges judicial review over Willaston homes appeal decision

A councillor has called for a controversial planning appeal decision in Nantwich to be taken to judicial review.

Willaston and Rope Cllr Brian Silvester believes the 146-home Moorfields planning decision to be taken to judicial review by the Cheshire East Council.

August 14, 2014 0 comments Village News, Willaston & Rope
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
Willaston developer submits renewed plans for 146 homes off Moorfields

Willaston developer submits renewed plans for 146 homes off Moorfields

A developer taking its plans for 170 homes in Willaston, near Nantwich, to appeal has submitted a second scaled down application for 146 properties. Richborough Estates wants to build on land off Moorfields on Wistaston Road, Willaston, despite a large number of objections from local residents.

170-homes plan in Willaston to be “refused” by planners

170-homes plan in Willaston to be “refused” by planners

Planners are recommending a bid to build 170 homes on land in Willaston, Nantwich, is rejected. But Cheshire East Council has been criticised for a delay in making the decision on the plans which are set to go to appeal.