At the last Parish Council Meeting, an extraordinary Planning Meeting was called for Monday 16 July at 7.30pm in the Barbour Institute.
This is because there are extensive planning issues which affect the Parish – particularly the proposals to
The Agenda for Monday's Meeting can be viewed by CLICKING HERE
We report below some updates which have been provided by Friends of Tattenhall.
THE BEAR AND RAGGED STAFF
Punch Partnership Ltd. (PML) have applied to CWAC (18/02269/FUL) to convert the building to seven flats and build three further units behind.
Any comments on this application (18/02269/FUL) should reach CWAC Planning Dept. by 26th July.
You might also recall that at the July PC meeting, a further proposal was raised. The July PC Draft Minutes are available on the PC Website and Tattenhall Online did record the following in their July Update:
GIFFORD LEA, RETIREMENT VILLAGE, FROG LANE, TATTENHALL
The developer has submitted an application (18/01889/S73) to alter various design features for Phase 3 of the scheme. Any comments on this application (18/01889/S73) should reach CWAC Planning Dept. by 20th July.
ASHLEY WALL APPEAL
Ashley Wall has appealed to the Secretary of State against CWaC's decision to refuse his application (13/01329/OUT) for up to 30 dwellings to be built on land to the rear of 15-38 Greenlands, Tattenhall.
Tattenhall Online has already reported on this – written representations must be made by 25 July – CLICK HERE
THE OUTLINE BARRATT HOMES APPLICATION FOR 30 HOUSES (17/04645/OUT)
There is little further news from the Planning department at CWAC relating to this proposal, except that sustainable drainage schemes are being discussed.
CWAC LOCAL PLAN PART 2
This plan proposes to establish a settlement boundary for the Key Service Centre of Tattenhall village, outside of which, housing development would not be allowed. The boundary would run along the edge of the existing built settlement except in the 'Barratt Field' (i.e. behind Grakle Croft) where it is drawn half way down the field. For example, in relation to the current Ashley Wall application, the boundary would run along the Keys Brook behind Greenlands.
The draft plan is now with the examining inspector who will check for 'soundness' etc. and consider objections (e.g. from developers opposed to the boundary noted above). This examination will be completed by October and the plan should be adopted by Christmas.
HOUSING NEEDS SURVEY REPORT
Following last year's Housing Needs Survey in Tattenhall, and incorporating much additional material, the Housing Needs Report has now been published. Tattenhall Online has already provided the links for this CLICK HERE
Findings from the Survey in Tattenhall indicate that:
TATTENHALL PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL