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Police renew appeal for help in Audlem dad murder inquiry

Detectives probing the murder of Audlem dad Adam Lovatt have renewed their appeal for help – four months after the incident.

Officers are still keen to trace people who witnessed anything on the night of Adam’s death.

September 27, 2018 0 comments Audlem, Crime, Human Interest, Incident, News
Appeal over 41 homes plan for Wrenbury rules in Cheshire East’s favour

Appeal over 41 homes plan for Wrenbury rules in Cheshire East’s favour

Plans for 41 homes on the outskirts of Wrenbury near Nantwich have been rejected by a planning inspector after a two-day appeal.

Gladman Developments appealed against the Cheshire East Council decision to refuse permission for the houses on a green field site, claiming the authority could not demonstrate a five-year supply of housing land.

April 13, 2018 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Second public inquiry result on Muller Stapeley housing bid in the balance

Second public inquiry result on Muller Stapeley housing bid in the balance

The result of a second public inquiry into the Muller Property application for Stapeley could take as long as 10 weeks to be announced.

A four-day inquiry was held last week into the first phase proposal by Muller to build 189 houses, industrial units, space for a school, and access road off Peter de Stapleigh Way.

Stapeley and Batherton residents to vote on proposed Neighbourhood Plan

Stapeley and Batherton residents to vote on proposed Neighbourhood Plan

Residents in Stapeley, Nantwich, have the chance to vote on whether to adopt a new Neighbourhood Plan which could help prevent unwanted development.

Polling cards for the referendum have been delivered to more than 1,000 households, with voting to take place on February 15.

January 17, 2018 2 comments Stapeley, Village News
Wainhomes loses appeal over 104 houses plan in Stapeley

Wainhomes loses appeal over 104 houses plan in Stapeley

Housing developer Wainhomes has lost an appeal to build 104 homes on green land off Audlem Road in Nantwich.

The developer, who already have permission for around 40 houses on a field behind Brine Leas School, had the initial larger proposal rejected by Cheshire East Council in November last year.

October 28, 2016 0 comments Environment, Human Interest, News, Stapeley
No second Muller Homes inquiry as Stapeley decision looms

No second Muller Homes inquiry as Stapeley decision looms

Campaigners are urging Secretary of State Greg Clark to put “residents before profits” when deciding on the controversial Muller Homes appeal in Nantwich.

Mr Clark has now written to interested parties, stating there will not be a second public inquiry into the application by Muller.

September 15, 2015 1 comment Environment, Human Interest, News, Politics, Stapeley
Government delays Muller Homes Nantwich inquiry ruling again

Government delays Muller Homes Nantwich inquiry ruling again

The Government has delayed again a ruling on the controversial Muller Homes’ bid to build 1,100 homes on green fields in Stapeley, Nantwich.

A report from a public inquiry into Muller’s appeals was presented to the Secretary of State earlier this year.

September 1, 2014 0 comments Environment, News, Politics, Stapeley
Willaston councillor urges homes plan objectors to attend inquiry

Willaston councillor urges homes plan objectors to attend inquiry

A Willaston councillor is urging residents fighting a plan to build 170 homes to attend a public inquiry. Richborough Estates want to build the properties on land north of Moorfields in Willaston, near Nantwich.