The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
The substantial development of Redrow's 60 detached and affordable houses on land adjacent to Harding Avenue has now received unfavourable coverage in the local press. An article in 'The Chronicle' on 25 June entitled 'Villagers fed up of building development disruption', highlighted the negative impact of extended working hours, the early arrival and late departure of trucks to and from the site, trucks parking up overnight at the end of Park Avenue, Sunday working practices and generally high and disruptive noise levels.
A spokesperson for Redrow stated that 'we apologise for any inconvenience ... caused'.
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