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Nantwich South artist impression, unveiled back in 2012

Public inquiry set for controversial Muller Homes “Nantwich South” plan

A public inquiry into a controversial plan to build a 1,100-home “Nantwich South” village in Stapeley is to be held on February 18. Muller Homes wants to build the development, which could include business units, shops and a school, on land between Peter De Stapleigh Way, London Road and Broad Lane.

January 27, 2014
Councillors object to 11 homes on site near busy Nantwich junction

Councillors object to 11 homes on site near busy Nantwich junction

Councillors have objected to plans to build 11 homes on land close to a busy Nantwich junction. Thomas Jones and Sons have submitted proposals to build the properties on land at Wrens Close, off Peter de Stapleigh Way, in Stapeley.

January 14, 2014
Planners urge rejection of 40 homes bid off Audlem Road, Nantwich

Planners urge rejection of 40 homes bid off Audlem Road, Nantwich

Proposals to build 40 homes at the rear of a secondary school in Nantwich have been recommended for rejection by planners. Wainhomes (Northwest) Ltd want to build the development on grass land at the rear of Audlem Road, close to Brine Leas School.

January 7, 2014
Nantwich Police warn residents after spate of shed burglaries

Nantwich Police warn residents after spate of shed burglaries

Police in Nantwich are warning homeowners in the town to be alert after a number of sheds were broken into overnight. The allotments on Welshman’s Lane were particularly targeted by thieves, officers say.

January 4, 2014
Cheshire East £5.3 million New Homes Bonus sparks criticism

Cheshire East £5.3 million New Homes Bonus sparks criticism

Cheshire East Council is to receive more than £5 million in a “New Homes Bonus” grant from the Government in 2014. It’s one of the largest payouts in the North West – and has sparked criticism from campaigners fighting over-development in areas like Nantwich.

December 27, 2013
Nantwich RSPCA staff care for seal pups hit by UK floods

Nantwich RSPCA staff care for seal pups hit by UK floods

Sick and injured seals orphaned by recent storms and floods which battered the UK’s coast are being transferred to RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre in Nantwich. Six seals are being taken to the centre to help ease the pressure on East Winch Wildlife Centre.

December 13, 2013
Christmas carol concert planned for Stapeley, Nantwich

Christmas carol concert planned for Stapeley, Nantwich

A community Christmas carol concert is being planned for families in Stapeley, Nantwich. Stapeley Parish Council is to stage the concert at the new community hall next to Pear Tree School on December 10.

November 28, 2013
Nantwich mum set to re-open Playworld after devastating fire

Nantwich mum set to re-open Playworld after devastating fire

A Nantwich mum is days away from re-opening her business which was destroyed by fire just seven months ago. Mandy Grinnell has rebuilt her Playworld children’s centre in Shavington from scratch.

November 19, 2013
Nantwich South artist impression, unveiled back in 2012

Muller Property submits new applications for “Nantwich South” plan

Housing developer Muller Property has submitted second applications for 189 houses and an access road for land in Stapeley, Nantwich. The applications are almost identical to original ones submitted earlier in the year.

October 31, 2013
Nantwich Girl Guides to stage Autumn Fair at Civic Hall

Nantwich Girl Guides to stage Autumn Fair at Civic Hall

An Autumn Fair staged by Nantwich District of Girl Guides is to take place on Saturday November 9. The event will be staged at Nantwich Civic Hall, from 9am to 1.30pm.

October 28, 2013
Burglars target Nantwich house and steal two parked cars

Burglars target Nantwich house and steal two parked cars

Burglars broke into a house on a Nantwich estate and then made off with two cars parked on the driveway. The offenders struck at a property on Chater Drive, on the Pear Tree Fields estate in Stapeley.

October 24, 2013
Government ruling exposes Nantwich to developers, fear campaigners

Government ruling exposes Nantwich to developers, fear campaigners

Nantwich campaigners fear a Government Minister rejection of Cheshire East’s 5-year land supply claim, has left the area wide open to housing developers. Secretary of State Eric Pickles (pictured) dismissed the council’s claim it has a 5-year housing plan, when he upheld two appeals by developers.

October 21, 2013
David Wilson Homes’ hospice boost from Nantwich Food Festival

David Wilson Homes’ hospice boost from Nantwich Food Festival

A housebuilder helped raise cash for St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice – and gave the local bee population a boost. David Wilson Homes, currently building the Stapeley Gardens 150-home development in Nantwich, offered a free prize draw to Nantwich Food Festival visitors.

October 1, 2013