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Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones new Cheshire East Conservative leader

Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones new Cheshire East Conservative leader

Bunbury ward Cllr Michael Jones has been elected as the new leader of the Conservative Group on Cheshire East Council. He is now being tipped as new Leader of Cheshire East Council when councillors choose who will take over from Cllr Wesley Fitzgerald on May 16.

March 23, 2012 0 comments Latest, News
Willaston village sign to make way for new flower feature

Willaston village sign to make way for new flower feature

Residents in Willaston are bloomin happy after council bosses agreed to move the village sign to make way for a new flower bed. The ‘Willaston’ road sign at the junction of Wistaston Road and Crewe Road will be moved so a flower feature can be planted at one of the main entrances to the village.

March 12, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest
Cheshire East unveils new children’s homes plan for South Cheshire

Cheshire East unveils new children’s homes plan for South Cheshire

New small-scale children’s homes are to be built in South Cheshire to accommodate Nantwich youngsters who can’t live with their parents. Cheshire East Council is to increase the number of homes in the borough, starting with new ones in Sandbach and Macclesfield areas.

March 11, 2012 0 comments Human Interest, News
Fat Face gains permission to convert Ye Olde Vaults Nantwich pub

Fat Face gains permission to convert Ye Olde Vaults Nantwich pub

National clothing chain Fat Face has been granted permission to transform Nantwich’s former Ye Olde Vaults pub. Cheshire East Council has approved the conversion of the Grade II-listed three-storey building in High Street.

March 6, 2012 0 comments Business, Latest, News
Cheshire East Council loses £1.6m in waste scheme fiasco

Cheshire East Council loses £1.6m in waste scheme fiasco

Cheshire East Council looks set to write off £1.6 million of local taxpayers’ money by pulling out of a waste disposal scheme. The authority has spent the money on the PFI project which aimed to dispose of 180,000 tonnes of household waste each year.

March 3, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, News
Nantwich residents air fears over Stapeley Water Gardens site future

Nantwich residents air fears over Stapeley Water Gardens site future

Concerned Nantwich residents questioned housing developers about plans for the former Stapeley Water Gardens site. David Wilson Homes gave a presentation about their 146-home proposal for half of the site off London Road at a Stapeley Parish Council meeting.

March 2, 2012 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
More than 11,000 vote on Crewe town council proposal

More than 11,000 vote on Crewe town council proposal

More than 11,000 people have cast votes on whether Crewe should have its own town council similar to Nantwich. Cheshire East Council is urging residents not to lose their chance to vote on a vital ballot which closes today (Wednesday February 29) at 5pm.

February 29, 2012 0 comments Human Interest, News
David Wilson Homes to present Stapeley Water Gardens housing plan

David Wilson Homes to present Stapeley Water Gardens housing plan

Housing developers will present plans for 150 new homes on the old Stapeley Water Gardens site in Nantwich at a meeting this week. David Wilson Homes will be at the Stapeley Parish Council meeting at Pear Tree Primary School on March 1 to outline the details of the development.

February 28, 2012 0 comments Environment, Latest, News
Council takes action after Willaston A500 bridge complaints

Council takes action after Willaston A500 bridge complaints

Safety work has been carried out on the A500 footbridge at Willaston in Nantwich, after residents’ complaints. Broken street lights and a lack of gritting during dark, icy periods had left the bridge in a dangerous state, residents said.

February 21, 2012 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News
Nantwich drivers warned after conviction for parking officer attack

Nantwich drivers warned after conviction for parking officer attack

Nantwich drivers were warned today not to confront parking officers after one motorist was convicted in magistrates court. Diquyen Trinh was fined and given penalty points for an attack on a Cheshire East Council parking enforcement officer in Crewe.

February 17, 2012 1 comment Crime, Latest, News
Nantwich car park site to be redeveloped, says Cheshire East

Nantwich car park site to be redeveloped, says Cheshire East

Drivers in Nantwich look set to lose a free parking facility as work is due to start on regenerating the former gasworks site on St Anne’s Lane. Cheshire East Council wants to carry out work on the land off Welsh Row, currently used by hundreds of people each day as a car park.

February 15, 2012 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, Latest, News
Police ARC course to tackle alcholol-related crime in Nantwich

Police ARC course to tackle alcholol-related crime in Nantwich

Nantwich people involved in alcohol-related crime have been discovering the impact their behaviour has on the community in a pilot project to reduce offending. The ARC course is offered to anyone reported to police for alcohol related anti-social behaviour, and aims to educate them in the dangers.

February 14, 2012 0 comments Crime, Latest, News
New Marks & Spencer store for Nantwich gets go ahead

New Marks & Spencer store for Nantwich gets go ahead

A new Marks & Spencer store will be built in Nantwich after developers won approval from Cheshire East Council planners. The former health clinic on Beam Street will be demolished and a new M&S food store built on the site.

February 9, 2012 3 comments Business, Latest, News