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Cheshire East Council has £33 million of developers’ money in coffers

Cheshire East Council has £33 million of developers’ money in coffers

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
Cheshire East Council is sitting on more than £33 million of section 106 money from developers, with some money dating back from a planning application 28 years ago.

A freedom of information request has revealed the authority currently has a staggering £33,428,764 in unspent funds, having collected £39.7 million of such contributions since 2010.

December 4, 2020
Cheshire East Council scheme claims to deliver more affordable homes

Cheshire East Council scheme claims to deliver more affordable homes

Cheshire East Council says a new housing development framework will ensure greater control on the type, price and forms of housing on council-owned land sold to developers.

June 17, 2020
Former RBS bank in Nantwich could become apartments and shops

Former RBS bank in Nantwich could become apartments and shops

The former RBS bank in Nantwich town centre could be turned into apartments and shops, new plans show.

Cheshire East Council has received an application to develop the former RBS branch on Pillory Street.

February 2, 2020
Cheshire East vows to tackle developers who breach planning rules

Cheshire East vows to tackle developers who breach planning rules

Cheshire East Council bosses have pledged to tackle developers who breach conditions set down as part of planning permission.

Approval for new housing and other buildings is often granted ‘subject to conditions’, ranging from colour of materials, technical matters involving contaminated land and drainage, and even times and days when construction work is permitted.

October 11, 2019
Tarporley Allotment Holders Society to stage Open Day

Tarporley Allotment Holders Society to stage Open Day

Tarporley allotment holders are staging an open day in a bid to raise awareness of the threat they face.

The community allotments, established more than 40 years ago, provide space for residents to exercise and grow vegetables, fruit and flowers.

August 22, 2015
Willaston Neighbourhood Plan will help fend off developers

Willaston Neighbourhood Plan will help fend off developers

A new Willaston Neighbourhood plan could help the village fend off “unsustainable” development, claims Cheshire East Council Leader Michael Jones.

The council has backed Willaston’s effort to adopt a Neighbourhood plan which enables residents to have a say in the development they want where they live.

June 3, 2015
60 new homes plan for former bible college in Nantwich

60 new homes plan for former bible college in Nantwich

Developers want to build 60 new homes on land at the former bible college off London Road, Nantwich. Plans show old student accommodation blocks would be knocked down to make way for new  family homes within the grounds.

December 31, 2012
Nantwich anti-housing campaigners to join Sandbach protest march

Nantwich anti-housing campaigners to join Sandbach protest march

Nantwich campaigners fighting large housing developments are joining forces with residents facing similar issues in a neighbouring town. Dozens are expected to attend a mass protest march in the centre of Sandbach tomorrow (September 29).

September 28, 2012
Muller and Jones face angry residents over Nantwich South housing plan

Muller and Jones face angry residents over Nantwich South housing plan

Developers came under fire from residents at a Nantwich Town Council meeting when they outlined their plans for a major housing scheme. Bosses from Muller and Jones faced a packed meeting with many residents voicing their anger and objection to the “Nantwich South” plan for hundreds of homes on Stapeley farmland.

February 7, 2012