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Developments in Haslington – Residents Meeting

Last updated on January 22, 2014

Meeting Update: On Sat 9th November 6pm in St Matthews Hall, Haslington Parish Council held an action meeting for all residents regarding the current (and anticipated) planning applications for housing developments in and around Haslington & Winterley.

Proposed Developments:

The Limes, Winterley (7 houses)
Planning Reference: 13/4194N
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 06-Nov-2013 (Noon)
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details:
http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=13/4194N&query=2f0684f6-4e76-4b19-b259-22bf37bd6c3c

 

Hazel Bank, Haslington (250 houses)
Planning Reference: 13/4301N
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 2nd-Dec-2013 (Noon) – New date – now officially extended)
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details:
http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=13/4301N&query=d16ba63c-ddde-4dba-bf32-7745d4b6f7a8

Hazel Bank Action Group: If you wish to support or can assist the residents action group concerned with the Hazel Bank proposed development please send an email to webmaster@haslington.org and I will forward your details to the coordinator.

Also this group has a Facebook site: No to Hazel Bank Development, Haslington

 

White Moss Quarry (1000 houses plus a care home)
Planning Reference: 13/4132N
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 20-Nov-2013 (Noon)
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details:
http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=13/4132N&query=ab3738f6-9ad5-48e6-b967-0d3a2e7e2523

 

Kents Green Lane, Winterley (70 houses)

Planning Reference: 13/4240N
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 02-Dec-2013 (Noon)
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details:
http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=13/4240N&query=0a76950e-6079-4b46-a800-5bbe4b098d62

 

Pool Lane, Winterley (45 houses)

Planning Reference: 13/4632N (New Detail)
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 11-Dec-2013 (Noon)
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details: http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=13/4632N&query=dcaec81be39e41c5a3d7b36de74d659c&start=&from=m

 

Field Adjacent to Dingle School, Haslington (40 houses)

Planning Reference: 14/0009N
Last Date for Submitting Comments: 12th Feb 2014
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details: http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=14/0009N&query=c9ec1c8e04974c67934abb1b78cf5add&start=&from=m

 

Crewe Green Triangle – (150 houses)

Planning Reference: Pre-Application Stage
Last Date for Submitting Comments: Not yet available
Link to Cheshire East Planning Details: Not yet available

 

Also please note, there is an additional meeting being held by an action group in Winterley, and specifically for the Winterley residents as follows:

Tuesday 12th November, Winterley Methodist Church School Room, 7:30pm

Hazel Bank Action Group: If you wish to support or can assist the residents action group concerned with the Hazel Bank proposed development please send an email to webmaster@haslington.org and I will forward your details to the coordinator.

Also this group has a Facebook site: “No to Hazel Bank Development, Haslington”

 

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6 Comments

  1. Janine Duff
    Janine Duff November 6, 2013

    Unfortuantely I can’t make the meeting on Saturday. I have posted my comments onto the planning application for Hazel-Bank and Kents Green Lane. I will check this site for updates from the meeting.

  2. Atterbury
    Atterbury November 9, 2013

    Sorry cannot make tonights meeting. But I object to Hazel Bank. I want to live in a Village not a TOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Unfortunately, if think it will come down to money! But I hope it doesn’t. We will fight it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Margaret Houghton
    Margaret Houghton November 22, 2013

    As there are 3.000 empty house in the Cheshire area and 250.000 in the whole of the UK that are boared up cannot see the sense in spoiling green fields.
    When will these so called elected politicians wake up and listen to the good people that elected them.
    Is it not enought that Cheshire East wasted £800.000 on a recycling plant of taxpayers money they have still not learnt any sense.

  4. Kevin Minshull
    Kevin Minshull November 23, 2013

    Haslington does not need any new houses as a previous post says there are plenty of empty houses around this area there is no need for any of theses developments.
    We only moved to Haslington from Winsford 6 months ago so it would be quieter and here we are again with the potential of it being as bad here.

  5. Anne Tracey
    Anne Tracey November 23, 2013

    I wish to oppose the Kent’s Green development in particular but overall to all of the developments proposed in the Haslington area.
    No consideration has been given to the protected trees, listed buildings and Kent’s Green Lane which is currently a one car width lane, which has children playing there, adults walking dogs, the potential of 70 houses with possibility of 140 cars using the lane has a public thoroughfare to avoid Crewe Green roundabout and access to motorway to the Wheelock Green roundabout, congestion at the Sandbach roundabout re motorway access.
    The services in Haslington are already stretched to compacity I.e. school, shops, doctors, surgery will be advisely affected by 4 new developments within a 1 mile radius.
    Anne Tracey
    Anne Tracey

  6. Tim & Pat Harrild
    Tim & Pat Harrild November 26, 2013

    I would like to oppose the proposed development at Kents Green Lane, Winterley (Planning Reference:13/4240N).

    Local schools, Doctors and other amenities are already over subscribed and can not cater for the increase in numbers.

    This development will cause significant harm to the wild life in the area which the local conservation group has worked encourage.

    The proposed access to the site is on a narrow single width road and designed to cope with village traffic levels only. Additionally, the pavements are narrow and not continous and are already dangerous for children & adults.
    The increase in parking whilst dropping of the additional children at schools would cause additional congestion and risk of accidents.

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