Henbury Parish Council and the Henbury Society are pleased that finally Cheshire East Planning appear to have listened to some of the concerns raised regarding the two major planning applications either side of Chelford Road. The first was due to be heard this morning, and the second next week.
In an exciting development, just 45 minutes before the meeting was due to start, a note was sent to the members of the Strategic Planning Committee from David Malcolm (Head of Planning Regulation at Cheshire East), explaining that Application 17/4034M was removed from the Agenda. This will also apply to the application to the north of Chelford Road (17/4277M) which was to be to be heard on April 4th.
Representatives of Henbury Parish Council, who were due to speak at the meeting, were as surprised as everybody else.
Watch this space.
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