A new date has been set for a decision on plans to build up to 36 homes in fields off the Mill Lane bridleway in Audlem.
A bid for outline planning consent by Hockenhull Properties Ltd was scheduled to be discussed at a meeting of Cheshire East Council's Strategic Planning Board on September 11th, the same date as the Gladman proposals for up to 120 new homes at Little Heath.
But the date has been switched to October 9th before the same Strategic Planning Board, according to the Cheshire East website. No reason has been given for the change.
The new date does not mean that Audlem residents have any extra time to submit their comments on the proposals. They must still be in by September 4th or they will not be considered.
Audlem Parish Council meet on September 2nd to discuss the application. They are, according to their leaflet distributed to local households, opposing the scheme following the Extraordinary Meeting called on August 22nd which gave a wholehearted thumbs down to the development.
The Parish Council say their main concerns are:
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