Ivy Cottage Application - Update

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In a follow up to the planning application reported on in June of this year (reference 17/1655N as reported here) new plans have been submitted.

According to the application, the site would comprise of six houses (five new, one converted) each having 4 or more bedrooms.

However, the location plans show a proposed access road to land at the rear and the design statement accompanying the application includes a comment from Cheshire East that as "this development is likely to consist of 15 to 20 units......It is mentioned that further development may take place off Mount Pleasant, this is a very narrow
road and I would not be keen on increasing the usage of this lane for further development

Full details of the application, reference 17/3835N, can be read at the Cheshire East website. Comments on the application can be lodged there, the last date for doing so being Wednesday 30th August.

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