Decisions

Decisions recommendations approved (subject to call-in)

23/02/2015 - Buerton Neighbourhood Area Application ref: 1578    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

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  • The Localism Act 2011 introduced new legal rights that enable communities to prepare local development plans (neighbourhood plans) with equal weight to the Local Plan for decision making purposes on development proposals; the first stage of the process is the designation of a neighbourhood area.

     

    An application to designate the area was submitted by Buerton Parish Council in December 2014 and approval will enable it to prepare a neighbourhood plan with formal statutory powers.  Once completed the plan will be adopted by Cheshire East Council and form part of the Development Plan for the Borough.  The policies eventually held in the Buerton Neighbourhood Plan will be used for decision  making purposes within the parish along side those other relevant policies form the Cheshire East Development Plan.

    Decision maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Made at meeting: 23/02/2015 - Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Decision published: 23/02/2015

    Effective from: 03/03/2015

    Decision:

    That approval be given to designate Buerton Parish as Buerton Neighbourhood Area, for the purposes of preparing Buerton Neighbourhood Plan, as shown on the map attached as Appendix 1 of the report.

    Wards affected: Audlem;


    23/02/2015 - Car Parking Consolidation Order 2015 ref: 1582    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

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  • It is intended to follow a staged approach to deliver a more attractive pricing policy in order to improve economic vitality, and to ensure that the needs of the different towns and villages within Cheshire East are reflected. 

     

    In 2014 consultations took place with local businesses, residents, and partnerships, on proposed changes to pricing policy and to off-street parking orders.  As a result of the responses made at that time amendments to the proposed Cheshire East Borough Council (Off Street Parking Places) (Consolidated) Order are proposed as follows: -

     

    1.    That the charges for long stay parking in two Council owned car parks located by Crewe Railway Station (Pedley Street and Railway Street) be increased as follows: -

     

    No. of Days

    Existing Price (£)

    Proposed Price (£)

    1

    3.50

    4.50

    2

    7.00

    9.00

    3

    10.50

    13.50

    4

    14.00

    18.00

    5

    17.50

    22.50

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2.    That the maximum stay period at the Community Centre Car Park, Disley be amended to 3 hours, and the maximum stay at the South Street Car Park, Alderley Edge, be amended to 4 hours, unless a 3 month or 12 month permit is held and then the max 10 hours will still apply.

     

    3.    That provision be made for the future introduction of electric/plugged in vehicle charging bays and associated infrastructure.

     

    4.    That provision be made for the removal of certain car parks from the control of Cheshire East as various leases have come to, or are coming to, an end or the car park has been demolished. 

     

    5.    That provision be made for the consolidation of a number of relevant parking orders into the proposed Cheshire East Borough Council (Off Street Parking Places) (Consolidated) Order 2015.

     

    Pursuant to the consultation with local stakeholders it has also been decided that further amendments are required to the draft Order in order to take into account the interests of local residents and businesses.   As a result it is proposed; -

    6.    That the charges at the following locations will remain unchanged:

    MACCLESFIELD

    Christchurch; Churchill Way; Commercial Road; Duke Street; Exchange Street; Gas Road; Grosvenor MSCP; Jordangate MSCP; Old Library; Park Green; Parsonage Street; Pickford Street; Sunderland Street; Town Hall; Waters Green; Whalley Hayes and Macclesfield Station.

     

    CREWE

    Chester Street; Civic Library; Cotterill Street; Crewe Alex; Delamere Street; Edleston Road; Gatefield Street; Hollybank; Hope Street; Pedley Street; Victoria Centre; Wood Street East; Wrexham Terrace and Railway Street.

     

    NANTWICH

    Bowers Row; Bowling Green; Church Lane; Civic Hall; First Wood Street; Love Lane; Manor Road; Market Area and Snow Hill.

     

     

     

    Decision maker: Cabinet Member for Service Commissioning

    Made at meeting: 23/02/2015 - Cabinet Member for Service Commissioning

    Decision published: 23/02/2015

    Effective from: 03/03/2015

    Decision:

    1.    That approval be given for statutory consultation, amendments to the proposed Cheshire East Borough Council (Off Street Parking Places) (Consolidated) Order 2015 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984; to introduce and consolidate the off street parking restrictions as set out in points 1 – 6 of the decision notice; and in the event that no objections are received, or where objections are made but withdrawn, to also authorise the making of the Order.

     

    2.    That the Investigations Manager and Interim Parking Services Manager be authorised to implement the Order.

     

    3.    That the impact of the proposed order be measured over a period of 12 months following implementation and be reported back to the Portfolio Holder.

     

    4.    That support be given to continued improvements within the CEO team, and to the development of a parking strategy which will enable a service review and redesign of civil enforcement to provide a more effective service by July 2015.                          

    Wards affected: (All Wards);


    23/02/2015 - Local Sustainable Travel Planning Scheme Awards ref: 1581    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

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  • A decision was requested on the award of Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) Business Travel Planning Grants. 

     

    Each application had been assessed against the Policy and a summary of that assessment given.  The award of grants will help reduce car parking problems on employment sites around Crewe, reduce traffic congestion in and around the area and improve the health and wellbeing of employees through increased physical activity.  The grants also increase awareness within the business community of smarter travel choices in Crewe and make it easier for people to choose a more sustainable lifestyle; they are a key element of the legacy of the LSTF programme.

    Decision maker: Cabinet Member for Service Commissioning

    Made at meeting: 23/02/2015 - Cabinet Member for Service Commissioning

    Decision published: 23/02/2015

    Effective from: 03/03/2015

    Decision:

    That approval be given to the following applications for an LSTF Business Travel Planning Grant : -.

     

    Ref No           Organisation                                                           

    LSTF 25         Arriva TrainCare                               Award £4,999

    LSTF 26         Expert Logistics                                Award £4,050

    LSTF 27         Assurant Solutions                          Award £2,164.40

    LSTF 28         The Up and Under Foundation     Award £4,999

    LSTF 29         Alliance Disposables                      Award £4,380

    LSTF 30         South Cheshire College                Award £4,999

     

    Wards affected: Crewe Central; Crewe East; Crewe North; Crewe South; Crewe St Barnabas; Crewe West;


    23/02/2015 - Marton Neighbourhood Area Application ref: 1580    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

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  • The Localism Act 2011 introduced new legal rights that enable communities to prepare local development plans (neighbourhood plans) with equal weight to the Local Plan for decision making purposes on development proposals; the first stage of the process is the designation of a neighbourhood area.

     

    An application to designate the area was submitted by Marton Parish Council in December 2014 and approval will enable it to prepare a neighbourhood plan with formal statutory powers.  Once completed the plan will be adopted by Cheshire East Council and form part of the Development Plan for the Borough.  The policies eventually held in the Marton Neighbourhood Plan will be used for decision  making purposes within the parish along side those other relevant policies form the Cheshire East Development Plan.

     

    Decision maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Made at meeting: 23/02/2015 - Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Decision published: 23/02/2015

    Effective from: 03/03/2015

    Decision:

    That approval be given to designate Marton Parish as Marton Neighbourhood Area, for the purposes of preparing Marton Neighbourhood Plan, as shown on the map attached as Appendix 1 of the report.

     

    Wards affected: Gawsworth;


    23/02/2015 - Hankelow Neighbourhood Area Application ref: 1579    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

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  • The Localism Act 2011 introduced new legal rights that enable communities to prepare local development plans (neighbourhood plans) with equal weight to the Local Plan for decision making purposes on development proposals; the first stage of the process is the designation of a neighbourhood area.

     

    An application to designate the area was submitted by Hankelow Parish Council in December 2014 and approval will enable it to prepare a neighbourhood plan with formal statutory powers.  Once completed the plan will be adopted by Cheshire East Council and form part of the Development Plan for the Borough.  The policies eventually held in the Hankelow Neighbourhood Plan will be used for decision  making purposes within the parish along side those other relevant policies form the Cheshire East Development Plan.

     

    Decision maker: Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Made at meeting: 23/02/2015 - Cabinet Member for Housing and Jobs

    Decision published: 23/02/2015

    Effective from: 03/03/2015

    Decision:

    That approval be given to designate  Hankelow Parish as Hankelow Neighbourhood Area, for the purposes of preparing Hankelow Neighbourhood Plan, as shown on the map attached as Appendix 1 of the report.

     

    Wards affected: Audlem;