Local Plan examination begins

The public inquiry into Cheshire East Council’s local plan opened on Tuesday in front of a packed room of planners, local campaigners, lawyers and residents at Macclesfield Town Hall.

The Government-appointed inspector, Stephen Pratt, started the formal examination by saying he had concerns about both the legal compliance and soundness of the plan, and raised questions about the council’s level of co-operation with neighbouring boroughs.

– Read the full article:   Cheshire East Local Plan examination begins

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    The Gladman leaflet is very misleading as it fails to point out that “Cheshire East Council has recently confirmed, that in accordance with CLG statutory guidance it is confident that it has identified a 5-year supply of readily available housing land + 5% for the emerging Core Strategy period. As such, the presumption in favour of sustainable development evidenced by the National Planning Policy Framework is not engaged. “

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