Nantwich South artist impression, Muller Homes

Residents in Stapeley are being urged to attend a parish council meeting to discuss Muller Property Group’s controversial Nantwich South plans.

The meeting, to be held on Thursday at Pear Tree Primary School, comes after Muller submitted its first two applications as part of a larger proposal to create a 1,100-home village on green fields.

Protect Stapeley campaigners are urging as many people opposing the scheme to attend and send in their objections to Cheshire East Council.

The public consultation on the scheme lasts until Wednesday November 14.

The two applications to be discussed are for a new highway access road, including footways, cycleway and associated works on land off Peter de Stapleigh Way, and phase 1 of Muller Group Homes development to include 189-homes and business units.

The meeting starts at 7.30pm this Thursday November 1.

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