Objection to Planning Application for 31 further houses

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Henbury Parish Council have submitted a comprehensive objection to the latest planning application -- to build 31 more homes on the north side of Chelford Road near the junction with Whirley Road. You can view it below.

There are currently 3 Planning Applications being considered, which if agreed by Cheshire East, will bring hundreds of new houses either side of Chelford Road. The Parish Council are concerned about the cumulative impact of all these developments. The key issues highlighted by the Parish Council are:

  • Traffic
  • Access
  • Infrastructure (including school places)
  • Air Quality
  • Ecological Impact
  • Drainage issues

Your Parish Council have also commissioned and submitted a detailed review of the possible Air Quality implications of these new developments. You can see these documents attached.

Contact one of your Parish Councillors if you wish to discuss further

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