- The site is a field in OPEN countryside, is used and classed as agricultural land, and its development is NOT in accordance with Cheshire East Emerging Local Plan.
- Cheshire East has confirmed that it has a five year housing supply already, and this additional development is not required.
- Cheshire East have also confirmed that no more site allocations are required in Goostrey or Holmes Chapel as sufficient numbers have already been built or have permission already.
- Affordable housing already built in the last two years remains currently unsold.
- The application allows for 2 cars per household – or 50 extra cars plus extra traffic. Dromedary Lane and Main Road are not suitable for increased traffic, and is already the subject of near misses not to mention a busy walking route for schoolchildren.
- Jodrell Bank has repeatedly expressed concern over the gradual impact of development within their consultation area. Majority of key services also fall outside of recommendations.
- The design and type of housing is not in keeping with the area, and developing the currently agricultural site will ruin a much loved public footpath that provides immediate access to our unspoilt Cheshire countryside.
Contacts:Andrew Lintell, Dromedary Lodge firstname.lastname@example.org Jane Stubbs, The Old Barley House, 66 Main Rd email@example.com Brian and Phyllis Philipson, The Old Shippon, 64 Main Rd firstname.lastname@example.org