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PLANS ON DISPLAY ON Tuesday JULY 18TH

We have just learned that HOW Planning LLP, on behalf of the developers of land between Whirley Road and Chelford Road ( known as Site CS 41) , will reveal their proposed plans to the public in HENBURY CHURCH HALL , Church Lane Henbury, SK11 9NN .between 3 pm and 7 pm on TUESDAY JULY 18TH .

Please make every effort to go along and make your views known to the planners, particularly with regard to the traffic impact this development will have on the narrow roads in Henbury parish , congestion on Chelford Road and the air pollution at Broken Cross which is already recorded as the worst in Macclesfield..

Please feel free to let us know your reaction to the proposals at editor@henbury.org

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