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Bunbury housing plan should be refused, say officers

Bunbury housing plan should be refused, say officers

A bid to demolish a building in the picturesque village of Bunbury and build 15 new homes, looks set to be refused.

The application for the new development is for land to the west of Parkside bungalow, off Bunbury Lane.

July 22, 2021
Cllr David Marren

Shavington “affordable housing” scheme refused planning by councillors

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
A development consisting of 100% affordable housing in Shavington has been refused planning permission by Cheshire East councillors.

The plans, which would have seen 40 homes built on land off Newcastle Road, were recommended for refusal by CEC planners.

February 3, 2021
Planning document consultation extended by Cheshire East Council

Planning document consultation extended by Cheshire East Council

Residents and organisations in Crewe and Nantwich are being given more time to put forward their views about a number of key planning documents.

Cheshire East Council wants views on its Site Allocations and Development Policies Document and draft supplementary planning document for houses in multiple occupation.

November 24, 2020
Cheshire East Council plans to remove green belt site allocations

Cheshire East Council plans to remove green belt site allocations

Cheshire East Council is bidding to ditch some housing allocations from its Local Plan Strategy to prevent them swallowing up more green belt.

The move comes as the authority takes next steps to finalising the second part of its Local Plan Strategy.

September 16, 2020
Bellway Kingfisher Reach housing developing in Wistaston

READER’S LETTER: CEC Coalition “talk the talk” over local planning

Dear Editor,
As a member of Cheshire East’s Local Plan Panel and planning committees for some years, I write regarding letters in the press about housing and the Cheshire East Local Plan.

September 9, 2020
Cheshire East blasts Secretary of State in letter over Stapeley appeal

Cheshire East blasts Secretary of State in letter over Stapeley appeal

Council chiefs have issued a stinging open letter to the Secretary of State, strongly criticising his decision to grant a planning appeal to build homes in Nantwich.

August 24, 2020
“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

“Sad day” for Stapeley campaigners who fought Muller Property development

Campaigners who fought to stop the controversial Muller development in Stapeley have called it a “sad day”.

Muller has been granted planning permission by the Secretary of State for the first phase of it’s 1,000-home “Nantwich South” scheme on land between Peter de Stapleigh Way, Audlem Road and the A51 London Road.

July 15, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Council “totally out of step” with its residents

READER’S LETTER: Council “totally out of step” with its residents

Dear Editor,
Once again this Cheshire East Council has proved itself to be totally out of step with its residents and visitors alike.

July 2, 2020
More than 2,700 responses to second phase of Cheshire East planning strategy

More than 2,700 responses to second phase of Cheshire East planning strategy

More than 2,700 people and organisations voiced their views on the second phase of Cheshire East Council’s Local Plan Strategy.

The authority has summarised those views in a new 188-page Site Allocations and Development Policies Document (SADPD).

June 29, 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
Cheshire East has 7.5 years housing land supply, says authority

Cheshire East has 7.5 years housing land supply, says authority

Cheshire East Council has a housing land supply figure of 7.5 years, the authority says.

The rise, from a figure of 7.2 years in the same period in the previous year, means more opportunity for people wanting to get on the housing ladder can access affordable housing or move into a new home.

January 8, 2020
MP intervenes as Shavington residents fight one-way plan for Main Road

MP intervenes as Shavington residents fight one-way plan for Main Road

Crewe & Nantwich MP Laura Smith has backed residents in Shavington fighting plans to turn Main Road into a one-way route.

The MP was contacted by a large number of people who objected to a Traffic Order Regulation as part of the Magenta Housing 45-dwelling development on land at the rear of The Elephant pub.

July 22, 2019
Shavington councillor and residents to fight road changes for new housing

Shavington councillor and residents to fight road changes for new housing

A councillor and villagers in Shavington are fighting plans to change the road outside their homes, writes Jonathan White.

A Magenta Housing 45-dwelling housing development site is due to be built on land at the rear of The Elephant pub in the village.

June 30, 2019