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Our recent article on the The Parish Council having received a draft of a possible housing development on the east side of Tarporley Road has resulted on a number of comments on the Tarvinonline Facebook page.

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1. How can I see what everyone is saying without joining Facebook?"

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Q1: When Tarvinonline receives a number of Facebook messages on any particular article, the Editors will decide whether it would be of interest to our followers to publish an article including those messages for our non-Facebook readers. That way all our readers can at least see what everyone is saying.

Q2: Tarvinonline now includes the "Add a Comment" button on the bottom of this and future pages, just click on the button and we will receive your comments! The comments added in this way are only visible to the Editorial team until they have been moderated and passed for publication.

Comments received via Facebook regarding the possible housing development on Tarporley Road:

"yes, let's have more houses and more cars going through Tarvin with no extra parking spaces, school places or slots at the docs! Good idea, well done."

"There is 20 parking spaces. That'll help. And will there be more sheltered accommodation? ????"

"Yes let's build more houses and turn a village into a town . Saxon Heath already spoilt Tarvin"

"another village being spoilt for overpriced housing for the yuppie set"

"my great, great, great, great,great, great grandparents must be turning in their graves ...."

" I remember when Tarvin used to be a village"

"another greedy land owner out for a fist full of money !!!!!!!!"

"They certainly know how to suffocate a Village. Don't they just."

"Good to see a village expanding, new development in the village putting value in the area and if people use the village shops pub etc... Then it will see an up and coming village."

"A picture of St Andrews church from what looks like the top of Cross Lanes. This proposed development will wipe this view out forever, if I have my bearings right!"

These are a selection of comments seen on the Tarvinonline Facebook page following the publication of this article. These are the views of the individuals who posted them.
The editorial team at Tarvinonline will not publish or re-publish any content that is considered contrary to our stated editorial policy.

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  • Paul Rosenberg

    It is times like this I wish we were on a floodplain. Maybe on the other hand perhaps this land will be suitable for fracking ! What's more the pity that those behind this application are from the local community — not some big corporate developer . They should be aware more than most that local services & the infrastructure has struggled to cope with the recent developments.

  • D Walker.

    Just watch the Youtube video "tarvin landscape destruction" to realise how we in tarvin just love to see our village ruined forever. Thirty pieces of silver for everyone!!

  • Mr & Mrs G Ankets-Steele

    How can this village cope with 65 more houses and residents?? Schools will not be able to take even more pupils. Getting an appointment now at the Doctors surgery is already difficult, and the Traffic is already grid locked getting to and from Chester!! Mornings and evenings.

    How can Tarvin Resdidents want anymore houses built on agricultural land, now we see cows grazing soon this will be replaced by houses and a skate park!

    I was born in this village and have been proud to live here, please don't ruin its charm and appeal by expanding and putting profit before people

  • Luca

    Hello there people — just to sit this idea in the heads of us the people of Tarvin — I mentioned tonight at the community centre to the possibility of purchasing this land being held for possible Traveller hand over.
    Doing a very simple sum = land worth £600 = £100 per person — release the land like that of the woodland walk as a Tarvin Trust — in its heart place farm cattle or sheep to graze cheaply slowly paying off the initial charge or putting into a pot of money to use on local amenities, picnic areas,-allotments ?? point is — if Tarvin people own it — it creates a land lock of defence against any future planning site as well as a healthily cheap way of keeping house prices safe which was also a very real concern...

  • Rob Ford

    Luca: This is not the same land as that on the Council's list as a possible site for travellers' accommodation but is adjacent to it