Parish Council notes are NOT the formal minutes of the Meeting. these can be found on the official Parish Council website: https://bunburyvillage.info/parish-council-meetings/ Our notes however are published a great deal quicker than the minutes and are more ‘descriptive’ of the discussions that take place. This page is ordered with the latest at the top. Scroll… Continue reading Parish Council Notes 2022
Planning Application 21/2010N Outline Planning Land West of Bunbury Lane, Bunbury, CW6 9QZ Closing date for comments: 26th may 2021 You can view the application here: http://planning.cheshireeast.gov.uk/applicationdetails.aspx?pr=21/2010N&query=a7c43f5ebd6f476291d531cb04feee9c&start=&from=m Update 28th July: The application was called to the South Cheshire Planning Committee for decision. You can read the Planning Officers full report using the link at the… Continue reading Parkside planning application
Parish Council notes are NOT the formal minutes of the Meeting. these can be found on the official Parish Council website: www.bunburyvillage.info Our notes, however are published a great deal quicker than the minutes. This page is ordered with the latest at the top. Scroll down to find previous meeting reports. Currently all PC meetings… Continue reading Parish Council Notes 2021
Please note that the agenda for each Parish Council can be viewed on the official PC website here The minutes of each meeting are also available on the same web page. Our service is ‘unofficial’ but much quicker! Please note that each month the latest update will appear at the top of this post: N.B. The parish… Continue reading Parish Council notes 2020
Walking is our natural way to get around. We are made for walking and running. Using it to get to school is a step in the right direction to a healthy lifestyle. It’s also pollution free and doesn’t cause congestion. In 1972 80% of children walked to school. Now only 9% walk or cycle… Continue reading Can the children of Bunbury Walk or Cycle to school?
During the last two years the Council has replaced nearly 8,000 bins. This is in addition to the bins it supplies to new builds. The total is 10,000 a year. Apparently it feels this is just unsustainable. In total it costs the council £300,000 a year. So what is it proposing to do about this?… Continue reading Where are all the bins going?
Bus services recommended for retention! Thanks to all the efforts of those people who put in objections it looks as if the Bus routes (56 & 83) will be retained. These bus services had the most objections to being scrapped. Given satisfactory bids to run the services the existing service s will be retained. The… Continue reading Good news on Bus Services!