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By Tarvin Parish Council - 27th April 2016 6:00am
The Parish Council was pleased to note that the land development company Gladman, who are handling the proposed development to the east of Tarporley Road, have responded to their request for a parish wide distribution of information, and a public exhibition.
By now, every household should have received a document outlining a draft of the proposal. If you haven't, and would like one, then please contact Gladman at Gladman House, Alexandra Way, Congleton Business Park, Congleton CW12 1LB. If you have some comments to make then there is a dedicated web address, www.your-views.co.uk/tarvin for you to comment directly with the company.
The public exhibition will be held on WEDNESDAY MAY 11th at the TARVIN METHODIST CHURCH in the High Street from 4.00PM to 7.00PM. The Parish Council hope that as many residents as possible will come and talk to Gladman. The developers, and the Parish Council who will be attending to listen to people, need to hear as wide a representation of views as possible. There will no doubt be residents with very strong views both for and against who will want their views noted, but also many people who many simply want to find out more, or to discuss the implications there might be for the future of village life.
The Parish Council would like to stress that, at the present time, no formal planning application has been made. Should one be made in the future it will come before the Parish Council for comment at a full Council meeting. If and when this happens plenty of notice will be given so that residents may come along to the Open Forum to express their views. Residents are reminded, however, that the Parish Council's views are advisory only and that planning decisions are taken by CW&C.
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