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Secretary of State backs CEC Local Plan over Gorsty Hill development

Secretary of State backs CEC Local Plan over Gorsty Hill development

The Secretary of State has backed Cheshire East Council’s Local Plan and dismissed a developer’s appeal to build 900 homes on a golf course.

The controversial scheme was for a mixed-use development including up to 900 new homes on the former Gorsty Hill golf course, near Crewe.

October 10, 2017 2 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich councillor “staggered” by Sec of State’s Stapeley road ruling

Nantwich councillor “staggered” by Sec of State’s Stapeley road ruling

A Nantwich councillor said he was “staggered” and “bitterly disappointed” after a Cabinet minister gave the go ahead for housing developers to use an “unsafe” access point.

Stapeley campaigners lost their fight this week to prevent Wainhomes from narrowing busy Audlem Road from 7m to just 5.5m.

February 8, 2017 1 comment Environment, News, Politics, Stapeley, Village News
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
Muller appeals for Nantwich South housing REFUSED by Government

Muller appeals for Nantwich South housing REFUSED by Government

Ministers have refused a controversial appeal by Muller Property Group to build the first phase of a 1,100-home “Nantwich South” development in Stapeley.

The developer had applied to build 189 homes and an access road off Peter de Stapleigh Way.

Protect Stapeley campaigners say community defeated Muller

Protect Stapeley campaigners say community defeated Muller

More campaigners have expressed their relief that Muller Developments’ appeal for a 1,100-house “Nantwich South” development in Stapeley has been rejected.

Pat Cullen, of campaign group Protect Stapeley, has worked alongside Stapeley Parish councillors and residents to fight Muller’s plans for land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Audlem Road and London Road.

Muller Homes appeal for Stapeley housing thrown out by Eric Pickles

Muller Homes appeal for Stapeley housing thrown out by Eric Pickles

The Secretary of State has kicked out Muller Homes’ appeal to build the first phase of a 1,100-home development in Stapeley, Nantwich.

The announcement, a year since a four-day public inquiry into the appeal, has been welcomed by campaigners and councillors alike.

Campaigners win fight to stop 880 homes at Gresty Oaks, Shavington

Campaigners win fight to stop 880 homes at Gresty Oaks, Shavington

Residents and councillors in Shavington have won their fight to stop a 880-house development at Gresty Oaks.

Developers Himor Group had appealed to the Secretary of State after Cheshire East Council originally threw out the plan for the massive development bordering the A500, Gresty Road and Rope Lane.

January 21, 2015 5 comments Shavington, Village News, Willaston & Rope