M6 Noise & Pollution

air pollution Read why the highways agency should be erecting barriers to reduce the noise & Pollution to protect your health in Cranage Cheshire

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Cranage & Goostrey Quarry

For everything that is related to the Silica Sand Extraction of the proposed Sibelco Quarry

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Fiona Bruce MP

fionaIf you want to make your thoughts known on the M6 Pollution then write to Fiona Bruce MP and let her know your concerns, if you don’t who will? Fiona Bruce MP, House of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA,

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Sibelco Quarry Planning Permission Deadline

You don’t have much time to submit any objections to Cheshire West Councils the deadline is the  23rd August, Cheshire East is the 6th September remember you must put TWO objections one to each council! 

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The Latest Cranage Parish Chronicle News

Right Fence Wrong Place

We received this from local cranage resident Mr peter wild Please find attached printed below a letter sent to me from Fiona Bruce MP who has been actively involved with ministers in London over the noise levels etc from the M6. I also enclose my response to her and...

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Fracking Looms Large In Cheshire East

Is it a coincidence that INEOS are finalising their plans to undertake fracking between Goostrey and Altrincham just as Sibelco UK have submitted their planning applications for the silica sand quarry at Rudheath Lodge Farm?   It is a well known fact that silica sand...

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Cranage Parish Council Meeting

Last Tuesday  at the parish council meeting they  discussed  the sebelco application although it wasn’t on the original agenda posted on the web page,  only a handful of residents attended who obviously were there to voice their objection to the parish councils...

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Road could be covered with tunnels to cut pollution

Yes you read that right the wonderful highways agency are spending a 100 million pounds to trial options of reducing pollution. Why are they spending 100 milion on this feasibility study? yet we can’t have a noise absorbing fence along this section of motorway and it...

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Longer working hours approved at FP McCann

On Tuesday the 1st of August Cheshire West & Chester Planning Committee met in Chester to decide on the latest planning application submitted by FP McCann. This application was to extend the hours of working from a six am start till ten pm finish time. John...

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Sibelco Quarry Planning again!!

Sibelco UK have now re-submitted their controversial plans to quarry for silica sand within Rudheath Lodge Farm which encompasses all of the land between Goostrey Lane, New Platt Lane and the A50. Over 300 residents objected to the previous planning application which...

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Byley, Cranage & Lower Peover vs F. P. McCann

Byley, Cranage & Lower Peover vs F. P. McCann - 17/01610/S73 Tuesday 1st August is the next Planning Committee Meeting. F.P. McCann have applied to work much longer hours - 6am until 10pm. This will mean more traffic before 6am when the workers arrive. More...

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M6 noise fence meeting results

We had a very productive meeting yesterday the 13th july with the representatives from Tilon the fence manufacturing company that Highways England gave the details of after the previous meeting. The picture shows a small sample of the noise reducing fence that they...

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Tell the Prime Minister it’s time for clean air everywhere

As we wandered around the internet today we came across this Friends of the Earth campaign which I am sure we can all get behind living in Cranage and surrounding villages. Air pollution affects us all – but not nearly enough is being done about it. Dirty air is...

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The ink is hardly dry

This was the most bizarre meeting I have ever attended, firstly a lady had been invited to explain the procedure for implementing a neighbourhood plan, and unfortunately due to ill health the two councillors who at the previous meeting agreed to start to look at the procedure were not in attendance. Nor had it been advertised to allow residents who may have had a view on this to attend.

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