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The Latest Cranage Parish Chronicle News

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 The latest position is that Cheshire West and Chester Council have rescinded their original permission...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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Deadline for planning application responses 22nd December

Cheshire east have moved the date for receiving letters regarding sibelco planning application to the 22nd of December Residents can lodge comments or objections via this link   http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=16/4724W you can also see...

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Comments on the Parish meeting held on the 29th November 2016

Some eighty plus residents of the parish attended the meeting to ask why the Parish Council had decided at a previous meeting not to object to Sibelco’s planning  application for a sand quarry at Rudheath Loge Farm on Knutsford Road in Cranage, The meeting was...

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Come hear the noise!

We have just been sent the following which is a video of the processing plant at Tarmacs Eaton Hall silica sand quarry near Congleton. It is a few miles from Sibelco's proposed silica sand quarry at Goostrey. There are no nearby houses at Eaton Hall quarry. At...

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This will affect you all in Cranage

Dear Resident I wish to draw your attention to the actions of the Parish Council with regards to Sibelco’s application for sand extraction in Cranage. The biggest planning application seen in living memory. An extra Parish Council  meeting was called to discuss the...

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shambolic manner in which this controversial cross-boundary application is currently being processed.

Date: 13 November 2016 at 19:13:49 GMT To: [email protected] Subject: FAO Edward Chapman - Planning application call-in Sand extraction Cheshire Dear Mr Chapman, Thankyou for your email of 11 November. Please find attached a copy of a recent email I have...

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Help needed to save Cranage & Goostrey

Dear Local Resident, You have until the 17th November to raise any objection to the following so I would do it today! Cheshire East Planning Reference 16/4724W Planning Permission has been submitted by Sibelco UK to Cheshire East Council for a 14-year+ silica sand...

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E-Mail Parish Chair & Clerk Please

Dear All Now that Cranage Parish Council have decided not to object to Sibelco's planning application, both the chair and the clerk are asking anyone with concerns to raise those concerns direct with them. Can I please urge you all to forward your concerns to...

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