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A drive down Tarporley Road will show just how rapidly the new Saxon Heath estate
is growing and although it is still very much a building site, it is now possible to see the shape and look of the new development.

On July 17th Councillor David Cotgreave had his regular meeting with both the Deputy Site Manager, Stuart Lyons, Taylor Wimpey, and John Evans, who supervises the
site for Cheshire West and Chester Council.
These meetings ensure that the concerns of the Parish Council are taken promptly to the people who can make things happen. Mr Evans, in particular, has proved a most valuable
supporter.

The opening up of the footpath and the installation of new railings was commented upon very favourably at this week's parish Council meeting, and minor adjustments will be made soon to comply with national standards.
The issue of the 'missing link' section of pathway was raised again and it has now been agreed that Taylor Wimpey will complete that along with the regrading and reseeding of some of the churned up green verges.

Councillor Cotgreave also raised, again, the issue of the dangerous junction at the Tarporley Road/A51 junction and achieved agreement that a separate Safety Audit will be carried out to assess, precisely, the extent of the problem. Parish Councils, and Parish Councillors, are often well known for their stubbornness and persistence and the issue of this junction is one which will test those qualities but it will not be dropped until a satisfactory solution is
found to everyone's satisfaction.

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