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The Latest Cranage Parish Chronicle News

Goostrey Fracking Sand?

It's amazing what you get sent each day by email, once you filter out the spam and the odd NIgerian prince you find something like this in your inbox Is the quarry going to be used to produce FRACKING SAND? WHAT IS THE FUTURE FOR UK FRAC SAND? Given that the scale of...

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Open letter to chief executive of Cheshire east

From: Gareth and Shelley Woods <[email protected]> Date: 6 February 2017 at 19:54:21 GMT To: Mike Suarez <[email protected]>, Gerald Meehan <[email protected]>, Hannah Parish...

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Great News – 1st Round won

Great news! Sibelco UK have eventually had no option but to acknowledge that their current planning application 16/4724W is not only flawed, but would not stand up to scrutiny should we progress down the judicial review route, which is exactly where matters were...

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Sibelco Planning Application Re-Submission – Important Update

 from residents against quarrying action group This is a significant step forward following the extremely high number of objections submitted alongside the public scrutiny that has successfuly proven that the planning application submitted by Sibelco was both flawed...

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Sibelco Planning Application Open Day

This Valentines day you can do something different and pop along to Allostock Village Hall to see Sibelco and their team to discuss the new revised proposals between 4pm and 8pm or if you are romantically inclined and can't make it on the 14th then they are at Cranage...

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Sibelco Planning Application – Time against us!

Dear Local Resident, Cheshire East Planning Reference 16/4724W Planning Permission has been submitted by Sibelco UK to Cheshire East Council for a 14-year+ silica sand quarry at Rudheath Lodge Farm, the farm covering 92 hectares on the A50 at the junction with...

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Cranage Paddock – Statement at meeting 10th Jan 2017

No acknowledgement was given by the chairman or clerk and the matter was differed yet again We are now entering year four after the referendum was held and still the paddock is not protected in a legal framework to safeguard it from developers and any future rouge...

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Breaking news over quarry at Rudheath farm Cranage

Printed below is the official news statement sent out by Cheshire east on the 11th of January 2017. Following discussions between Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council, Cheshire East will now determine the application as it applies to land...

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Sibelco Planning Update & Parish Council Meeting

Please accept this e mail as the latest update in relation to the proposed Silica Sand Quarry in Cranage, Goostrey and Allostock within the Rudheath Lodge Farmland. The latest position is that Cheshire West and Chester Council have rescinded their original permission...

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Notice to all Cranage Residents

Dear Resident Please attend the next Cranage Parish Council meeting on Tuesday January 10th at 7.30pm at the Cranage Village Hall. Over 80 residents attended the last meeting, and expressed their views and concerns in regards to the Parish Council failing to formally...

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Parish Council update

The parish council have formally received a complaint from resident Peter Wild His complaint is about the way the extra meeting held on the 22nd of October was called and conducted in that it did not comply with the local government act, he states that the meeting was...

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