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Nantwich Town Council election: Conservative candidate statement

Nantwich Town Council election: Conservative candidate statement

Nantwich residents will go to the polls this week to elect a new town councillor to represent Nantwich South, after the recent death of Cllr Norma Simpson.

There are three candidates in the election, which will be held this Thursday October 4 – Richard Banks (Labour); Riddell Graham (Independent); Philip Staley (Conservative). Voters can cast votes between 7am and 10pm at Brookfield Hall, Shrewbridge Road.

October 2, 2018 0 comments News, Politics
Nantwich Town Council election: Independent candidate statement

Nantwich Town Council election: Independent candidate statement

Nantwich residents will go to the polls this week to elect a new town councillor to represent Nantwich South, after the recent death of Cllr Norma Simpson.

There are three candidates in the election, which will be held this Thursday October 4 – Richard Banks (Labour); Riddell Graham (Independent); Philip Staley (Conservative). Voters can cast votes between 7am and 10pm at Brookfield Hall, Shrewbridge Road.

October 1, 2018 0 comments News, Politics
Nantwich Town Council election: Labour Party candidate statement

Nantwich Town Council election: Labour Party candidate statement

Nantwich residents will go to the polls this week to elect a new town councillor to represent Nantwich South, after the recent death of Cllr Norma Simpson.

There are three candidates in the election, which will be held this Thursday October 4 – Richard Banks (Labour); Riddell Graham (Independent); Philip Staley (Conservative). Voters can cast votes between 7am and 10pm at Brookfield Hall, Shrewbridge Road.

October 1, 2018 0 comments News, Politics
Muller legal challenge of Cheshire East Local Plan thrown out by High Court

Muller legal challenge of Cheshire East Local Plan thrown out by High Court

A developer bidding to build more than 1,000 homes in Nantwich, has had its legal challenge of Cheshire East Council’s Local Plan thrown out by High Court judges.

Muller Strategic Projects, who want to build the ‘Nantwich South’ village in Stapeley, had argued the authority’s Local Plan was void because irregularities over air quality data.

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.

Councillor urges public debate over Nantwich South bypass plan

Councillor urges public debate over Nantwich South bypass plan

A Nantwich councillor has urged resident to air their views on whether plans for a Nantwich South bypass linking the A500 to the A530 are viable.

Cheshire East Council leader Cllr Michael Jones revealed last week how the idea is being considered in a bid to alleviate traffic problems in Nantwich.

Nantwich South bypass is option, says Cheshire East leader

Nantwich South bypass is option, says Cheshire East leader

By Kirsty Rollings
A Nantwich South bypass could become a reality to boost transport links in South Cheshire, admits Cheshire East Leader Cllr Michael Jones.

The bypass is one of a number of ideas council chiefs are now considering to boost infrastructure when the HS2 rail line opens in 2027.

Blow for Stapeley campaign as Government reverses Muller Property ruling

Blow for Stapeley campaign as Government reverses Muller Property ruling

New Local Government Communities Secretary Greg Clark has reversed a decision to dismiss Muller Property Group’s appeal over refusal for its “Nantwich South” development.

In March, Eric Pickles overruled a planning inspector and dismissed Muller’s appeal against Cheshire East Council, which had refused permission for 189 homes and an access road.

Four Cheshire East borough councillors in Nantwich retain seats

Four Cheshire East borough councillors in Nantwich retain seats

By Kirsty Rollings & Sara Royle
Four councillors representing Nantwich on Cheshire East Council have retained their seats in the borough elections.

Peter Groves and Andrew Martin, both Conservative, triumphed in Nantwich South and Stapeley.

May 9, 2015 1 comment Human Interest, News, Politics, Stapeley
Stapeley, Bunbury and other parishes bid for Neighbourhood Plans

Stapeley, Bunbury and other parishes bid for Neighbourhood Plans

Families in Stapeley are being urged to attend a ‘drop-in’ session to help form the parish’s first Neighbourhood Plan.

Hundreds of households across Stapeley have received a questionnaire asking for their views on how the area should develop in the next few years.

March 19, 2015 0 comments Bunbury, Stapeley, Village News
Government delays ruling on Muller Homes “Nantwich South” inquiry

Government delays ruling on Muller Homes “Nantwich South” inquiry

A Government decision on Muller Homes’ appeal to start a 1,100-house “Nantwich South” village, has been delayed until September.

It was thought a decision would be made this month following a four-day public inquiry into the appeal in February.

July 18, 2014 0 comments News
Ruling on Muller Homes’ “Nantwich South” inquiry due in July

Ruling on Muller Homes’ “Nantwich South” inquiry due in July

A Government decision on the controversial Muller Homes “Nantwich South” development in Stapeley is now expected in July. The Planning Inspectorate has revealed it is preparing  its recommendations to submit to the Secretary of State.

Stapeley councillors defend ditching barrister at Muller Homes inquiry

Stapeley councillors defend ditching barrister at Muller Homes inquiry

Parish councillors in Nantwich defended their decision  to ditch a £20,000 barrister to fight Muller Homes at a public inquiry. Stapeley Parish Council had earmarked local taxpayers’ money to pay for experienced legal counsel at the four-day hearing.

March 7, 2014 0 comments Environment, News, Politics, Stapeley