As published here previously, Henbury Parish Council have submitted detailed, formal objections to the 3 planning applications for developments either side of Chelford Road.
Following the submission of all objections, the Planning Officers at Cheshire East provide a summary to members of the Strategic Planning Board, who will make the decisions next Tuesday.
Henbury Parish Council are concerned, along with others, that some elements of the objections were not covered in the summary document. Therefore, they have worked with
- Save Macclesfield Greenbelt
- The Henbury Society
- Local Councillors
to produce a Joint Statement which has been sent directly to the members of the Strategic Planning Board.
You can read it in the attached file.
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