By Webteam - 24th May 2013 6:08am
Time is running out to get in your responses to the Gladman Little Heath proposed development. Audlem Parish Council has strongly urged all villagers to take part in the consultation, which can be accessed at the CEC website here. Responses have to be in by 30th May — that's just a week left
The recent Gladman proposal for development of land at Little Heath has highlighted the importance for Audlem to stand its ground with regard to any speculative development proposals put forward before Cheshire East's Local Plan is in place.
Audlem Parish Council have also, as recommended by Cheshire East, set up a petition opposing such development in the village. They would also ask residents to sign, to add weight to Audlem's views. This can be signed in the Coop, Williams Newsagents, and the Post Office. The petition can also be accessed online here.
Audlem Online note — the online process being used to gather petition responses is free to use although after accepting your entry it will display a screen displaying an invitation to "contribute to costs". If you do not want to contribute then simply close the browser window at this point — your entry will still be counted.
For those interested in keeping up-to-date with Gladman developments we have created a special Gladman index in the newsroom. You access it by clicking the Gladman banner on the homepage. To go there now here.
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