Lessons we should learn from the Parkside result

It took less than 20 minutes to reach the decision to refuse the outline planning application on the site at Parkside. The presentation and recommendation from the chief planning officer was clear that this application failed on a number of counts. The comments from the Parish council representative, Andrew Thomson, and a representative of the… Continue reading Lessons we should learn from the Parkside result

Parkview planning application

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 Parkview planning application

Parish Council Notes 2021

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

Possible development west of Bunbury Lane

Last week we received information that suggest a new application will be made on a site to the west of Bunbury Lane. Followers of this site may recall that an attempt was made to put 52 houses on a similar site behind Parkview & Parkside dwellings about six years ago (14/5255N). Here is the new… Continue reading Possible development west of Bunbury Lane

A Non-Material Minor Adjustment

Bowes gate Development (20/1406N) This is an application to make a ‘minor adjustment’ to the original application.(15/1666N). This application was for 11 dwellings to include affordable housing ‘on-site’. Now the developers wish to ‘transfer’ the affordable housing to the development next to the medical centre off Vicarage lane. Let’s remind ourselves of the consent given… Continue reading A Non-Material Minor Adjustment

Duchy have a new development (19/3767N)

Update October 2020 Duchy make a hurried return! Yes folks, Duchy Homes are back in charge of the development to the east of Bunbury Lane. This development is now being referred to as Cardamine Gardens. The five’ Affordable’ houses have been acquired by Guinness Partnership and the remaining 10 houses are already being snapped-up. Update… Continue reading Duchy have a new development (19/3767N)

Further Developments on Oak Gardens

Up da te September 30th 2019 A pplication 16/2010N continues to struggle with the reserved matters. These are being dealt with under application 19/3992N and 19/3985D . A number of reports from CE officers have been added during September. 1 . PROW troubles continue with several errors and corrections being made to get the design… Continue reading Further Developments on Oak Gardens

What’s Next for Bunbury

Its been quite a struggle for Cheshire East (CE) to get their Local Plan up and running. It finally managed it April 2017. While ‘unadopted’ developers have an open door to get building applications through the planning process with little resistance. The Bunbury Neighbourhood Plan was went live in March 2016 but was deemed ‘out-of-date’… Continue reading What’s Next for Bunbury

The Phasing of Housing in Bunbury

In a discussion on a recent application (19/0803N) to build 7 more houses on a greenfield site in Wyche Lane, the issue of phasing arose. It was not then seen as a major issue but I think it deserves greater prominence. Our Neighbourhood Plan was ‘made’; ,as the silly phrase goes, in March 2016. It… Continue reading The Phasing of Housing in Bunbury