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 BOTH Cheshire East and Cheshire West Councils, they must be in by the  23rd August 

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The Latest Cranage Parish Chronicle News

Byley Concrete works, extension of usage

We have been requested to publish this on behalf of Byley parish ,this concrete production plant recently gained planning permission to extend the premises and even before the ink is dry they want to extend the hours of working and are already disregarding the...

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What is going on at the parish council?

Last week the Sandbach Chronicle reported that ex Councillor John Halstead had breached the code of conduct in his dealings with the Woodside golf club planning application. But no further action will be taken. This week’s edition on the front page states two parish...

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Cranage Parish Residents- ACTION Required!

Dear Cranage Parish Resident. Can I urge as many local residents as possible to copy and paste the letter below and e mail it to [email protected] as a direct response to Cheshire East council's request for local feedback in terms of it's Local...

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Councillor Madden Resigns!

It was very regrettable to learn on Tuesday night that councillor ‘Dominique Madden had tendered her resignation from the parish council , the reason for this is she felt that she could no longer serve on the council that has a collective, is seen to support the...

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Conifers along the M6, it’s a NO from Carillion Kier

As some of you will know the question was raised could the contractors plant a line of conifers along the M6 to help control sound pollution and given that the Nox levels are rising both on oak tree lane and Northwich road shown by the data collected and that...

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Latest Cranage Parish Newsletter, are they working for us?

Parish news letter You should all have now received your annual parish newsletter. In it is the chairman’s report On planning It mentions sibelcos application but does not say that the parish council voted not to object to this application despite the huge numbers of...

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Stop Cuadrilla from breaking the rules on fracking

We are thinking we should help our neighbours in Lancashire as they may need to help us out down the line as we all know fracking is being sought in Cheshire! So it will take you 2 minutes to sign this friends of the earth petition!...

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Which way will the Parish Council go this time?

If you missed the Sibelco presentation today you will have missed Phil Mccann from the BBC who was covering the event which has certainly picked up some interest across Cheshire,  With campaigners who are strongly presenting the case to stop fracking and what do you...

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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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