The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall and District Parish Council: July 2015
Re: Appeals Taylor Wimpey Uk Ltd, Mr Ashley Wall and Barratt Homes
The Secretary of State has been considering the inspector's report from the public inquiry in June 2013 relating to the 3 proposed housing developments for Tattenhall Village. He has decided to reopen the public enquiry because of material changes since 2013 (click here to read the letter).
These changes are:
* the adoption of the Tattenhall and District Neighbourhood Plan;
* the examination and adoption of the Cheshire West and Chester Local Plan (Part One) Strategic Policies;
* the Secretary of State's decision in the case of Appeal Ref: APP/A0665/A/14/2224763 (Land Adjacent to rear of 13 Holly Tree Drive, Nether Peover, Cheshire); This case is not unlike the Tattenhall appeals with the exception that the development is for only 30 houses. The Nether Peover appeal was upheld in February 2015 largely because the Inspector considered that the housing numbers for the next 5 years would not be met. The decision was lengthy and can be read in full in the Nether Peover file above.
* the recent judgement in the case of Woodcock Holdings Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government & Mid-Sussex District Council 2015 EWHC 1173 (Admin). The full judgement is lengthy but can be read in the G3d-Woodcock v file above.
We will bring you more information as we get it.
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