Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984


With regards the planning application for 15 houses on the green belt land at the end of Higher Heyes - - The Parish Council have organised an open meeting to discuss

I am pleased to say after a lot of coming and going  the developer Lane End Developments and either Steven Grimster or Lorraine Davison of Barton Willmore (planning consultants)  will attend an Open Meeting on Wednesday 12 July at 7.30pm in the Community Centre to answer questions with regard to the planning application at Higher Heyes Drive.   I also understand a member of the CWAC planning team will confirm their attendance as soon as possible.

I will ensure it goes in the Newsletter tomorrow in time for publication.

Jo  Preston

Parish Clerk


We now have two defibrillators in situ in Kingsley village.  One outside the Pharmacy in Hollow Lane and one outside Kingsley & Newton Village Institute on Top Road.  Free training for anyone interested will soon be provided in the use of the defibs and the date will be advertised throughout the village.

Jo Preston, Parish Clerk

With regards the planning application for 15 houses on the green belt land at the end of Higher Heyes - - The Parish Council have issued the following statement:

Kingsley Parish Council has received a planning application for a new development of 15 dwellings on land off Higher Heyes Drive.

To find out more please go to the Cheshire West and Chester Council’s website.  Go to the planning page.  The planning application no. is 17/02356/FUL which you put in the box provided.  You will then see all the information regarding the application especially in the Docs section.  If you wish to make a comment to Cheshire West and Chester Council you have until 20 July this year to do so, although the planning officer advises to send in any comments as soon as possible.

Jo Preston

Parish Clerk

The Council has received a number of complaints over the last few months regarding dogs approaching children on the playing field and this has prompted us to investigate a number of potential solutions.  During our research, it has come to our attention that a number of byelaws are already in place on the playing field in relation to dog control.  Dogs are banned from the enclosed children's play area and we will shortly be erecting signs in this respect. 

We have also learnt that Vale Royal Borough Council created a byelaw in relation to dogs being kept on leads on the rest of the field.  Cheshire West and Chester Borough Council took on these orders from the old Vale Royal Borough Council and in the next 12 months, they may decide to introduce Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO's) on the field which would enable them to legally enforce these byelaws. 

Before this takes place, the Parish Council intends to carry out a consultation in relation to dog control on the playing field so we can fully represent the views of the community in any PSPO consultation carried out by CW&C. 

In the meantime, we would politely ask all dog owners to please make sure their dogs are under control and not liable to run up to other members of the public, which can be scary, especially for children.


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