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Daffodil Bulb Planting

Our Ward Councillor Hugo Deynem, is looking to support funding for local communities to plant daffodils bulbs in their communities. The Parish Council is aware that we have had a number of bulb planting events in the past and have lovely displays at the bottom of Brookside and up Hollow Lane past St John's church.

We now have the opportunity to request sacks of 500 bulbs (enough for 50sqm) at a minimal cost to the Parish Council. The requirement for the support from our Borough Councillor is that local people, schools, youth groups, etc; are involved in the planting. At this time, there are no designated areas but suggestions are around the edge of the playing field and verges around the village. Villagers should be aware that Streetscene will not cut the verges until the foliage on the daffodils have died down.

The Parish Council would welcome your comments as to whether we should take up this offer. You can comment via the village Facebook page, or direct to the Parish Clerk via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). We need to make applications by January 2020, and all bulbs need to be planted by March 2020.

 

This is a brief update from the Kingsley Parish Council (KPC) on what has occurred recently regarding the Kingsley Neighbourhood plan.

Over the last 18 months, the development of the plan has been undertaken by an independent steering group, Kingsley Neighbourhood Planning Steering Group (KNPSG), comprised of volunteers from the village and representatives of KPC. The steering group was provided with wide powers, delegated by KPC as the ‘Qualifying Body’ to complete this task, with the appointment of a independent Chairman to complete the plan.

I have been asked by the Parish Council to advise you of the following Planning Applications

If you have any comments or questions for the Parish Council contact:

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Chair of the Planning Working Group)

NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS

Dear Residents,

We thought it appropriate to update you on the progress of the Higher Heyes Development after a contractor was found to be working on the site during the previous week and caused several questions to local parish councillors. The latest information we have is that the planning conditions placed on the site by Cheshire West and Chester Planning Department are nearing completion and could soon be ‘signed off’ by the appropriate authorities.

As I’m sure you are aware, Kingsley residents, and people with connections to Kingsley have first ‘claim’ on the purchase of the affordable housing that will be built on the site and we will ensure that we provide information about purchasing the properties as soon as it becomes available. We can also now confirm that should the affordable house not be sold; they will be offered through an “affordable rent” scheme.

Public path diversion: Kingsley - Public footpath number 36 

9 May 2019.

The above Order was made on the 16 April 2019. The effect of the order will be to divert that length of Public Footpath No 36 in the Parish of Kingsley commencing at OS grid Reference SJ 5638 7509 then running in a generally south westerly direction for approximately 156 metres to OS grid reference SJ 5627 7500 on to a line commencing from the existing footpath at OS grid reference SJ 5638 7509 and will run in a generally westerly direction for approximately 42 metres to the east bank of the mill pond at OS grid reference SJ 5634 7508 then running along the bank of the mill pond in a generally south south westerly direction for approximately 70 metres to OS grid reference SJ 5630 7502 then running along a path on the west side of the mill building in a generally south westerly direction for approximately 46 metres to the termination point on Mill Lane (B5153) at OS grid reference SJ 5627 7500

For further details click http://rural.yourwestcheshire.co.uk/NewsArticle/%7BA616466E-C430-4A73-B67C-1C6427F422AB%7D

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