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Henbury Parish Council object to Planning Application to build 135 houses between Chelford Road and Whirley Road

Henbury Parish Council have submitted a detailed formal objection on this to Cheshire East Planning (see file attached), but it's still important that if you are opposed to it, you submit your own objection.

It's easy to do his online here

It's important to act quickly though — as comments submitted after this weekend may not be registered in time.

We know many residents attended the HOW Planning Meeting in the Church Hall a few weeks ago, and hundreds submitted objections. However it appears that none of those comments have been included in any planning submissions made by Robinsons, nor have any of the proposed plans changed in any way to reflect concerns raised. It is therefore important that if you wish your observations to be known, you go to the planning website, where you can also see full details of the plans.

The Parish Council are aware that a further planning application for an additional 200 houses on the South side of Chelford Road is imminent. More details to follow.

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