Tarvin Community Centre
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By Ted Lush - 16th December 2014 6:00am
The A51 from Tarvin roundabout towards Chester is the busiest, most congested road in the Tarvin area.
In the near future it will not get less congested. One of the reasons for stating this as a fact is that planning approval has been given by Cheshire East Council for the expansion of the industrial estate at Wardle. New housing developments between Tarvin and Crewe and Tarvin and Northwich will also increase traffic volumes.
I am not aware that Cheshire West and Chester Council has any investment plans that might help reduce congestion, neither have I heard that it has actively worked with Cheshire East Council to lobby Central Government for some action on this road.
Cheshire West and Chester Council has great ambitions to grow the local economy but without the basic infrastructure in place are those ambitions doomed?
It would be good to hear from Cheshire West and Chester Council what it is actually doing in respect of the A51. The Parish Council has asked it and hopefully a response will soon be received that I can pass on to you.
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