From: Gareth and Shelley Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 6 February 2017 at 19:54:21 GMT
To: Mike Suarez <email@example.com>, Gerald Meehan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Hannah Parish <Hannah.Parish@cheshireeast.gov.uk>, Hazel Honeysett <Hazel.Honeysett@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk>, Fiona Bruce <email@example.com>
Cc: Sean Hannaby <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ben Dean <email@example.com>, Grant Roxburgh <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ainsley.Arnold@cheshireeast.gov.uk, Npcu <email@example.com>, Les Gilbert <Les.Gilbert@cheshireeast.gov.uk>, Andrew Kolker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Sibelco U.K. Cross Border Planning Application – Rudheath Lodge Farm
Dear Chief Executive
In relation to Sibelco UK’s intention to now invalidate Cheshire East planning application 16/4724W and re-submit two fresh planning applications to Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester local authorities, following a significant amount of public scrutiny and proportionate challenge, can we respectfully comment and raise the following issues, as follows, representative not only of ourselves as residents but on behalf of a very strong local residents group;
- There are currently over 300 objections submitted under 16/4724W as per the original instruction from both local authorities to residents within each local authority area. In terms of complete transparency it is wholly unreasonable to expect all of those objections to be re-submitted but if that is to be the stance from both planning departments then we would ask that each and every resident who have previously submitted objections are written to individually and advised as to how and why any re-submission is now required.
- We note that the applicant, Sibelco UK, intend to undertake further public consultation meetings in Allostock and Cranage village halls in the next fortnight. These meetings are yet to be advertised, and are unlikely to be advertised in a fashion that will ensure that local residents have sufficient opportunity to re-engage in this consultation process. We do not feel that this timeframe and the associated lack of publicity is genuine evidence of a transparent public consultation where the needs and views of the local community should be at the fore.
We would be grateful to be kept up to date as this extremely unprecedented and controversial cross border planning application continues to develop.
Gareth & Shelley Woods
6 Goostrey Lane