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Appeal over 41 homes plan for Wrenbury rules in Cheshire East’s favour

Appeal over 41 homes plan for Wrenbury rules in Cheshire East’s favour

Plans for 41 homes on the outskirts of Wrenbury near Nantwich have been rejected by a planning inspector after a two-day appeal.

Gladman Developments appealed against the Cheshire East Council decision to refuse permission for the houses on a green field site, claiming the authority could not demonstrate a five-year supply of housing land.

April 13, 2018 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Cheshire East air quality data “deliberately manipulated” says damning report

Cheshire East air quality data “deliberately manipulated” says damning report

Air quality data in Nantwich and other towns was “deliberately manipulated” by Cheshire East Council for three years, a damning report concludes.

Cheshire East Council, which monitors nitrogen dioxide levels at around 100 sites, has been criticised over data inaccuracies submitted to Defra.

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
Wistaston campaigners dealt blow as Witters Field housing plan granted

Wistaston campaigners dealt blow as Witters Field housing plan granted

Campaigners in Wistaston have been dealt a blow after the Government allowed a developer’s appeal to build 300 houses on Witters Field.

Cheshire East Council had rejected plans by Gladman Developments for the green land off Church Lane.

September 21, 2016 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
Protect Stapeley campaigners welcome Wainhomes plan rejection

Protect Stapeley campaigners welcome Wainhomes plan rejection

Campaigners have welcomed a decision by councillors to reject for a second time a plan to build 104 homes on land off Audlem Road in Nantwich.

The controversial plan, for land behind Brine Leas School in Stapeley, was first rejected in November by Cheshire East Council.

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.

Showpeople’s bid for Hack Green site in Nantwich to go before appeal

Showpeople’s bid for Hack Green site in Nantwich to go before appeal

Residents fighting plans to turn the former RAF Hack Green camp in Nantwich into a site for travelling Showpeople will see the proposals put before an appeal hearing next week.

The original application to convert the site next to a quiet residential area off Coole Lane as submitted nearly two years ago.

Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan passes milestone

Bunbury’s Neighbourhood Plan has successfully passed a key milestone.

The plan, designed to protect the community from unplanned and unsustainable development, has been given the green light by a planning examiner.

December 19, 2015 0 comments Bunbury, Village News
Crewe Engineering and Design UTC gets planning permission

Crewe Engineering and Design UTC gets planning permission

The new Crewe Engineering and Design UTC has been granted planning permission to allow construction to begin.



The new £10.6 million University Technical College will regenerate the heart of Crewe, with building work on the Victoria Centre, West Street campus starting in January next year.

December 3, 2015 1 comment Business, Business
£14 million of Section 106 money sits unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers

£14 million of Section 106 money sits unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers

Exclusive
More than £14 million from housing developers is sitting unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers, we can reveal today.

The staggering amount was uncovered in a Freedom of Information Act, which revealed only half of Section 106 contributions received from developers since 2010-11 has been invested.

Former Star Inn manager voices anger over Acton pub closure

Former Star Inn manager voices anger over Acton pub closure

The former manager of a 500-year-old Nantwich pub set to be turned into housing, has blasted brewery agents for wrongly labelling it a failing pub.

Paul Beaton was the last manager of The Star Inn, in Acton, before Enterprise Inns decided to sell it.

September 24, 2015 13 comments Acton, Environment, Human Interest, News, Village News
Willaston School to stage public meeting over housing plans

Willaston School to stage public meeting over housing plans

Campaigners in Willaston are urging residents to attend a public meeting to discuss controversial housing applications.

The meeting will be at Willaston Primary School on Monday February 9, starting at 7pm.

February 6, 2015 0 comments Village News, Willaston & Rope
New bid to build 120 homes in Willaston angers councillor

New bid to build 120 homes in Willaston angers councillor

A councillor has blasted yet another planning application to build new homes on green fields in Willaston, Nantwich.

Wainhomes has submitted a proposal for a 120-home development on a site off Cheerbrook Road.

January 22, 2015 3 comments Village News, Willaston & Rope