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Today Gladman Developments' will launch a new website,, as part of a public consultation exercise for the proposed new residential development of approximately 65 houses on land off Church Street, Tarvin.

The purpose of the consultation, as stated in Gladman's supporting document, is to provide an opportunity for local residents, businesses , and organisations to learn about, and provide feedback, on the draft proposals before they are expected to be submitted for a planning application There is an online feedback form for comments on the new website or you can write to Your Views Tarvin, Gladman House. Alexander Way, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 1LB.

Gladman will consider all correspondence received and their response to the issues raised will be set out in a Statement of Community Involvement which will form part of the formal planning application. Responding to Gladman's public consultation exercise does not stop anyone making further comments to Cheshire West and Chester Council following the submission of the planning application.

Gladman's will also hold a public exhibition on 11th May at Tarvin Methodist Church between 4.00pm and 7.00pm to provide more information on the proposed development and the opportunity to raise questions.

Ed:"Document" link in paragraph two of this article may not be currently not working. A copy of the document can be found on the Gladman's website.

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