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Second Stapeley Gardens housing phase gets go ahead in Nantwich

Second Stapeley Gardens housing phase gets go ahead in Nantwich

The second phase of the Stapeley Gardens housing development in Nantwich has been given the go ahead by councillors.

Another 176 houses are to be built on the former Stapeley Water Gardens brownfield site between London Road and Peter de Stapleigh Way.

August 21, 2014
Police and council deal with travellers on Barony Park, Nantwich

Police and council deal with travellers on Barony Park, Nantwich

Police and council officials were called in to move a group of travellers off Barony Park in Nantwich.

The travellers with seven or eight vehicles and caravans, were spotted setting up on a corner of the park near Birchin Lane.

August 20, 2014
Nantwich councillor calls on Cheshire East to share £900,000 “savings”

Nantwich councillor calls on Cheshire East to share £900,000 “savings”

A Nantwich councillor has called on Cheshire East Council to give back part of a £900,000 annual saving to town and parish councils.

Cllr Arthur Moran believes extra services and facilities taken on by Nantwich Town Council has helped Cheshire East.

July 7, 2014
Council leisure chiefs rip up Nantwich tennis courts at the start of Wimbledon

Council leisure chiefs rip up Nantwich tennis courts at the start of Wimbledon

Council leisure bosses in Nantwich have been ‘slammed’ – for ripping up the town’s tennis courts at the start of Wimbledon fortnight. Hundreds of residents have been denied a chance to play on the three courts at Barony Park Sports Complex during the busiest time of the year.

June 26, 2014
Welsh Row traffic island in Nantwich faces axe after accidents

Welsh Row traffic island in Nantwich faces axe after accidents

A traffic island installed on a busy Nantwich street to make it safer, has been blamed for a series of accidents. Now councillors are calling for the island, at the junction of Welsh Row and Queens Drive, to be removed – at the cost of £3,500.

June 10, 2014
Councillors’ school and highways fears over Nantwich homes plan

Councillors’ school and highways fears over Nantwich homes plan

Councillors are calling on school and highways improvements amid plans to build 268 new houses on farmland in Nantwich. Detailed plans for the site off Queen’s Drive have been submitted after Gladman Homes gained outline planning approval, despite local objections.

May 14, 2014
Mayor of Nantwich unveils new food area for Nantwich Town FC

Mayor of Nantwich unveils new food area for Nantwich Town FC

Mayor of Nantwich Cllr John Lewis has opened a new food area at Nantwich Town Football Club. The area was built thanks to funding by Nantwich Town Independent Supports Association (NTISA) with help from Nantwich Town Council.

April 9, 2014
Chronicle office closure is “a blow”, says Nantwich councillor

Chronicle office closure is “a blow”, says Nantwich councillor

A Nantwich councillor has called the closure of the local newspaper’s office a “big blow” for the area. Cllr Arthur Moran spoke out after Trinity Mirror revealed it is to close the Crewe and Nantwich Chronicle offices on Victoria Street, Crewe.

March 24, 2014
Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich faces flood and traffic problems with more housing, council told

Nantwich town could face major flooding problems like those in the south if more developments take place near the River Weaver. That was the warning from Nantwich Mayor Cllr John Lewis after outline planning permission for the 1,100-homes Kingsley Fields plan was  approved.

February 12, 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
Nantwich Town Council plans “60s Mania” after 80s party success

Nantwich Town Council plans “60s Mania” after 80s party success

Nantwich Town Council is planning another Civic Hall party after hailing its first 80s night a huge success. The council teamed up with Warble Entertainment  to stage The 80’s Party Night, and the event was a sell-out.

December 20, 2013
Nantwich Town Council to reduce council tax bill by almost 6%

Nantwich Town Council to reduce council tax bill by almost 6%

Nantwich residents are to receive a reduction in their council tax bill from the town council in 2014-15. Town councillors have approved plans to drop the Nantwich precept by 5.9%.

December 17, 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