Here are the decisions and discussions from this evening’s Cheadle Area Committee – the last of 2015.
- Iain asked council officers to see if litter could be cleared up on South Park Road near the junction with the motorway slip road.
- 2nd Cheadle Scout Group was awarded £1000 towards training two younger leaders to drive the minibus.
- Planning application 60010 (new homes at 2 Turnfield Road, Cheadle) was deferred to the next meeting after a disagreement over which windows from the neighbour’s house overlooked the site.
- Members were briefed on Cheshire East’s plans for a Poynton Relief Road, to be built in 2018-19. Our concern is with the total additional traffic coming onto the A34 from all the new roads and developments, and the need for a proper transport plan to deal with it over the next few years.
- Following the recent Lib Dem campaign to get action on Cheadle Hulme’s derelict Sim Chem building, we were shown the new planning brief. This is a significant step forward in bringing the building back into use, either through a private development or via a Council Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO).
- The councillors considered objections raised to proposals for new yellow lines around Oak Tree Primary, Queens Road. The proposals were approved with one amendment to make a section of yellow lines only application 8.30-9.30am and 3-4pm Mon-Fri.
- We approved granting a licence to Pure Radio for the radio mast that’s been on their Sanderling Building base on Bird Hall Lane for some time.
- Heald Green councillors are spending £22,500 from their ward budget towards a full resurface of Roundhey.