Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

The agenda for the CWAC Planning Committee, Tuesday, 6th March, 2018, 4.00 pm has just been published.

The proposed variation of planning conditions at Town Farm Quarry is included on the agenda for discussion. Kingsley Parish Council along with colleagues from neighbouring parishes will attend and make representations at the meeting.

To see the publicly available information, follow the link: Agenda details

Meeting venue: Room G1, HQ Building, 58 Nicholas Street, Chester, CH1 2NP “

KINGSLEY PLAYING FIELD – NEW PLAY EQUIPMENT

Kingsley Parish Council is pleased to report that 3 items of new play equipment will be installed at the playing field over a period of 2-3 weeks commencing on Monday 26th February 2018. During this time, there will be some disruption to the current play area and a number of items will be out of use. However, we expect the enclosed toddlers play area, outdoor gym and large multi-play unit to remain open.

The Parish Council voted at their meeting on Tuesday evening to explore the opinions available to us to try and reject the planning permission which has now achieved CWAC approval for 15 affordable houses on land adjacent to Higher Heyes Drive. This approval had to be rubber stamped by Secretary for State for Communities and Local Government as it is a "departure" from CWAC Local Plan Part 1. 
The Parish Council wrote to the Secretary of State on Wednesday and requested that he "Call In" the application.

Below is the letter they have sent:

Public Space Protection Order Consultation

relating to the control of dogs across Cheshire West and Chester

 

1 February to 28 April 2018.

 

Residents are being invited to have their say on Cheshire West and Chester Council’s proposals in relation to responsible dog ownership.

The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 introduced new powers to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour. Existing control orders that were made under previous legislation can now be replaced by Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs). PSPOs can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community.

The following letter has been sent to Ms Fiona Hoare of Cheshire West & Chester council about the planning permission recently granted in the field at the end of Higher Heyes.

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