bollington Town Council recommends refusal

Date: 26th September 2015
Published by: David Naylor

Planning application 15/2354M to build houses on the site occupied by the Tullis Russell Bowling Club, which was resubmission of application 15/0669M, will if approved deliver 11 no. 2.5 storey and 2 no. 2 storey houses. You can access all the plans and comments by clicking on the highlighted links above.

The Town Council considered the application at its Planning Meeting 6 October and decided to recommend that Cheshire East Council refuses it.

You can see the Town Councils submision to Cheshire East by clicking on this line to The Minutes of the Planning Meeting 6 October. The response is on pages 5/6.

At the time of writing (Feb 2016, this application has not been determined. However, Tullis Russell has applied for planning permission for a new bowling green on land owned by Kerridge Cricket Club. The bowlers would share the Cricket Pavilion.

Although the Town Council has recommended the refusal of the housing development at Ingersley the application for the bowling green, which would be part of the process to allow the houses to be built, can only be judged on whether a bowling green is a suitable development for this site and as such the Town Council has not objected. However, because the green, if approved by Cheshire East, will be built on existing open space compensatoru g l cS gis suitablrerther a the not be judged on that basis and in planning terms

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