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Statement from Kingsley Parish Council

Subject: Possible development of land off Higher Heyes Drive

At the Kingsley Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 15th November 2016, several members of the public attended wanting to find out more information about the possible housing development off Higher Heyes Drive. Some of those present also raised concerns about the proposal that included issues such as: not wishing to see development in the green belt; worried about further expansion of the village; increase in traffic and transport; disruption caused during the development phase (if it should occur); and queries over how the results of the housing needs survey would be used.

It became evident listening to the concerns that there is still some confusion about the proposal; how the Parish Council are involved; what stage things are at and who is involved.

It was agreed that the Parish Council should issue a short statement providing what information it can on the possible proposal.

Please find attached the Audit recently carried out on Kingsley parish Council.

Parish Council Audit Section 1 2016Audit Section 1 2016 Parish Council Audit Section 2 2016Audit Section 2 2016 Parish Council Audit Section 3 2016Audit Section 3 2016

A hard copy is available to be viewed by contacting the Parish Clerk 

Telephone: 01928 787303

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A wallet style purse containing a few coins was found on the Kingsley Playing Field at the Open Day Sat 2 July. It could belong to a child. 

For further information please ring Jo Preston the Parish Clerk on  01928 787303.


Further to the Open Day Frodsham Life have published a small article and picture -


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SATURDAY 2 JULY 2016   12.30-5pm


This event is to launch the new path and outdoor gym equipment while enjoying a fun afternoon with a theme loosely based on sport and recreation.


More information in the next few days.

We are pleased to advise that Cheshire West & Chester have marked out parking bays in front of, and behind, the Community Centre.  

As parking is very limited on Hollow Lane we would ask village motorists to consider using these spaces for parking their cars rather than on the main road by the Co-op and St Johns school. 

Bays have been 'hatched out' on either side of the passage through the hedge from the rear of the Horseshoe Pub to the Community Centre to ensure 24 hour wheelchair/pushchair access.


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