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TATTENHALL APPEALS BROUGHT FORWARD

It was announced in July that the new Secretary of State had decided to re-open the three Tattenhall appeals that were held last year.

Whilst this new inquiry had been expected to take place next year, the Inspectorate has instructed that it will take place in Winsford starting Tuesday 3rd November.

Before then, a pre-inquiry meeting (PIM) will be held on Thursday 24th September at the Quaker House in Chester. Statements of Common Ground will be agreed, and submissions received from all parties (CWaC, Taylor Wimpey, Barratt's and Wainhomes.

It is understood that the previous evidence will stand and not covered again. The scope of the inquiry will be limited to "material changes in circumstances" that have taken place since the previous submission to Eric Pickles. These are:

 The adoption of the Tattenhall & District Neighbourhood Plan

 The examination and adoption of the CWaC Local Plan (Part One) strategic policies

 The Secretary of State's decision in the case of land in Nether Peover, Cheshire

 The judgement in the case of Woodcock Holdings Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government & Mid-Sussex District Council

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