Post Tagged with: "Section 106"

Welsh Row/Waterlode traffic lights set to be switched on in Nantwich

Welsh Row/Waterlode traffic lights set to be switched on in Nantwich

A new traffic lights system on one of Nantwich’s busiest junctions has finally been switched on, despite weeks of delays.

The lights improvement is taking place at the junction of Welsh Row and Waterlode, but temporary lights have been in place for several weeks, causing long delays

September 27, 2016
New school and highways work agreed for Nantwich 1,100-homes plan

New school and highways work agreed for Nantwich 1,100-homes plan

A new school looks set to be built as part of the new 1,100-homes Kingsley development in Nantwich, a report shows.

But highways improvements in the town won’t be carried out until hundreds of homes have already been built, according to the Section 106 agreement seen by Nantwichnews.

March 29, 2016
£14 million of Section 106 money sits unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers

£14 million of Section 106 money sits unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers

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More than £14 million from housing developers is sitting unspent in Cheshire East Council coffers, we can reveal today.

The staggering amount was uncovered in a Freedom of Information Act, which revealed only half of Section 106 contributions received from developers since 2010-11 has been invested.

October 21, 2015
A51 Reaseheath bypass in Nantwich three years away, residents told

A51 Reaseheath bypass in Nantwich three years away, residents told

Work on a much-needed Reaseheath A51 bypass promised as part of the massive 1,100-home Kingsley Fields development, is at least three years away.

Reaseheath College Principal Meredydd David told concerned residents that work on the bypass is not due to start until the third year of the development.

September 12, 2014
Cheshire East Council faces next step in Aston housing scheme dispute

Cheshire East Council faces next step in Aston housing scheme dispute

Councillors will decide on whether to impose a series of conditions on a controversial housing development in a Nantwich village. Initial plans for 43 houses in Aston were rejected by Cheshire East, but developers are appealing against the ruling.

October 23, 2012