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We received a few tweets recently and one that came in today was in relation to information from Sibelco Australia in not breathing in Crystalline Silica as may cause delayed lung injury including silicosis a progressive disabling and sometimes fatal lung disease...
Parish Council vice chairman Mr Steve Moran had applied to speak via the on line application system and was registered at the desk on arrival. Yet after all others had spoken to the meeting he was not called upon to do so.
It’s now emerging that due process may not have been followed by Cheshire West in that the councillors were asked to make a decision based on incomplete details, and were advised that responses to environmental reports were still awaited.
Tuesday saw Cheshire west approve the contentious application for the sand quarry in a shambolic meeting . The representative for both Cranage and Allostock Parish Councils was only given three minutes to state his case yet the applicant was given six along with...
Cheshire West and Chester have confirmed today that the Sibelco planning hearing will be heard by their Planning Committee agenda listing on 8th January 2018 beginning at 4pm.
CHESHIRE East councillors will get new information on Sibelco’s proposed sand quarry next year – but they will not be able to reject the plans.
Sibelco sand quarry to be held by Cheshire west is to be the 8th of January venue to be confirmed Will update you when we know the venue
The special planning meeting to decide on Sibelco’s application for the much disputed quarry at Rudheath is again put back.
FP McCann want more and more trucks on the road earlier than 7am start and they will be passing your house at 5.30 am to arrive at the 6am start time. The road wasn’t designed as an industrial rat run which it will turn into. The site as we have previously stated should be in Winsford on an industrial estate.
The Residents Action Group M6 (RAG) was aware of the accident numbers and has also discussed this with our MP Fiona Bruce who was already aware of the numbers.
Cheshire West delay again the decision on the proposed sibelco quarry at rudheath lodge ,it was due to be heard by the planning committee in November but is now further delayed after Groundwater Solutions acting on behalf of Garnet Farms submit a further document rebutting sibelco recent submissions.
From adult fitness area’s to installing drainage on football fields which are on a flood plain for the local river, are they spending wisely in our best interests? One local resident asks the question
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