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STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 (AS AMENDED) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991
DIVERSION OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
NEWTOWN ROAD, BIDDULPH
NOTICE is hereby given that the Staffordshire County Council intend not less than seven days from the date of this Notice to make an Order the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding in that length of Newtown Road in Biddulph from the entrance to the property called Ashmore House for a distance of approximately 130 metres in a south easterly direction unless the vehicle is being used in connection with the works; or unless the vehicle requires access to premises on the length of road or is being used for police, fire brigade or ambulance purposes. An alternative route for traffic is available via Dingle Lane, Beat Lane, Long Edge Road, Newtown Road and vice versa. For more information, visit: https://roadworks.org?tm=105144440. The order will come into operation from 09:30 hours on 14 May 2018 and the said works will commence on or as near as practicable to that date. It is anticipated that the works will be completed by 15:30 hours on the same day. The Order will remain in force for a period of 18 months, or until the cabling for new customer connection works undertaken by A-Plant Lux Traffic Controls Ltd, which it is proposed to carry out on or near the road have been completed, whichever is the earlier. John Tradewell, Director for Strategy, Governance & Change, No. 2 Staffordshire Place, Tipping Street, Stafford. ST16 2DH Ref: 4110155 Enquiries: A-Plant Lux Traffic Controls Ltd Tel: 0370 050 0792 www.staffordshire.gov.uk/trafficregulationorders http://roadworks.org Date: 26 April 2018
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2010 NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 11
OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION Proposed development at: 1 and 3, Back Lane, Brereton, Sandbach, Cheshire, Crewe, CW11 1RP.
Take notice that application is being made by: Mr. Aidan Reel.
For planning permission to: Proposed extension and new vehicular access to Back Lane.
Local Planning Authority to whom the application is being submitted: Cheshire East Council, Development Management, Cheshire East Council, P.O. Box 606, Municipal Buildings, Crewe, CW1 9HP.
Any owner of the land or tenant who wishes to make representations about this application, should write to the council within 21 days of the date of this notice.
Signatory: Mr. Aidan Reel Date: 05-04-2018 Statement of owners’ rights: The grant of planning permission does not affect owners’ rights to retain or dispose of their property, unless there is some provision to the contrary in an agreement or lease.
Statement of agricultural tenants’ rights: The grant of planning permission for non-agricultural development may affect agricultural tenants’ security of tenure.
‘Owner’ means a person having a freehold interest or a leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than seven years.
‘Tenant’ means a tenant of an agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in the land. P0860m
APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE LICENSING ACT 2003 NOTICE is hereby given that Joseph Evoy and Sandra Smith have applied on 20th April, 2018, to Cheshire East Council in respect of the premises known as Soul Food Café, 5 Mill Street, Congleton, CW12 1AB, for a Premises Licence to provide the following licensable activities:
Live Music (indoors and outdoors), Friday and Saturday 19.00 to 22.30 hrs., Recorded Music (indoors and outdoors) Monday to Sunday, 09.00 to 22.30 hrs., Supply of Alcohol (for consumption on the premises) Monday to Thursday 12.00 noon to 22.30 hrs., Friday and Saturday12.00 noon to 23.30 hrs. and Sunday 12.00 noon to 22.00 hrs.
Any person wishing to make representation in relation to this application may do so in writing by 18th May, 2018, to: The Licensing Section, Cheshire East Council, Municipal Buildings, Earle Street, Crewe, CW1 2BJ.
A copy of the application for the above licence is kept by the Licensing Section of Cheshire East Council and may be viewed at any time during offi ce hours.
It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application. A person is liable to an unlimited fi ne on conviction should such a false statement be made.
CHESHIRE EAST BOROUGH COUNCIL Highway Notices NOTICE OF MAKING – (A54 Holmes Chapel Road, Brereton Heath and Somerford) (Speed Limit) Order 2018 Notice is hereby given that on 19 April 2018 Cheshire East Borough Council made an Order under Section 84 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (hereinafter referred to as “the 1984 Act”), Parts III and IV of Schedule 9 to the 1984 Act and all other enabling powers and having taken account of its duty under Section 122 of the 1984 Act. 1. The effect of the Order which will come into operation on 30th April 2018 will be to introduce a 40mph Speed Limit on the length of road specified in the Schedule to this Notice. Upon the coming into force of the Order, any existing speed limit orders relating to the said roads are revoked insofar as they conflict with this Order. 2. A copy of the Order, a map showing the restricted area, a statement of reasons for making the Order, a copy of this public notice, a copy of the public notice of the proposal to make the Order may be examined during the usual office hours at the offices of Cheshire East Council Offices, Westfields, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, CW11 1HZ and via the internet at; goo.gl/Kam1nz 3. Any person who desires to question the validity of the order or any of its provisions on the grounds that it or they are not within the powers conferred by the Act, or that any requirement of the Act or of any instrument made under the Act has not been complied with, that person may, within 6 weeks from the date on which the order is made, apply for the purpose to the High Court.
(40mph Speed Limit) – A54 Holmes Chapel Road, Brereton Heath & Somerford – From a point 175 metres southeast of the junction of Brereton Heath Lane for a distance of 1247 metres in a north westerly direction. Director of Legal Services
Planning Notices: We have received the following applications. Listed Building Consent Application No: 18/1844C Applicant: Mr David Dey, the Property Centre Location: Romping Donkey, Roughwood Lane, Hassall, CW11 4YA Proposal: Variation of Condition 1 on approved planning application 17/1934C (Listed Building Consent), to allow replacement approved drawings of the plans and elevations. Affecting the Setting of Conservation Area Application No: 18/1572C Applicant: Dr Mehdi Yazdi Location: Crown Bank Dental, 1 Crown Bank, Sandbach, CW11 1FW Proposal: Variation of condition 2 (opening hours) on approval 05/0948/COU Application No: 18/1832C Applicant: Mr Kirk Shenton, Kirk Shenton Homes Ltd Location: Thurlwood Upper Lock, Farams Road, Rode Heath Proposal: Proposed dwelling (Change of house type from ‘Smithy’ to ‘Cricketers’ 13/4758C) Article 8 Planning Applications of Public Interest Application No: 18/1663C Applicant: Mr & Mrs Sproston Location: Land to the rear of 185 & 187 Congleton Road, Scholar Green, ST7 3HD Proposal: Outline application for residential development. Departures from the Development Plan Application No: 18/1725C Applicant: Pembroke Homes Ltd & Nichola Jane Beach Location: Land Adjacent to, 68, Close Lane, Alsager Proposal: Proposed residential development of 16 no. dwellings with access and layout applied for, as a re-submission of application 16/2993N. Details of all planning applications and plans can be viewed online at goo.gl/jxvy71 or at any office of the Council that has internet viewing facilities for the public. If you wish to make representations on any application, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or send in writing by noon 17 May 2018 quoting the application number. Sean Hannaby, Director of Planning & Sustainable Development, PO Box 606, Municipal Buildings, Crewe, CW1 9HP Dated: 26 April 2018 cheshireeast.gov.uk
What’s on at local pubs and clubs
Welcome again to our weekly column in which we bring you listings of what’s on at local pubs and clubs.
Many thanks to everyone who has let us know they appreciate it, and thanks to all those who have acted on the information provided.
Any pubs that want to be included should call Tracy Jackson on 01260 273737.
If you read this and act on the information, please make sure to tell the landlord that you saw it in the Chronicle.
*** In Alsager at THE WILBRAHAM ARMS every Tuesday is quiz night with quizmaster Bill, 8.30pm start. This is a traditional quiz followed by “play your cards right”, card bingo and “what’s in the box?”. There are vouchers and cash prizes to be won, plus rollover jackpots and complementary snacks. Every Sunday is jazz night, 8pm start.
In Biddulph, at the ROARING MEG tomorrow (Friday) Luke Guessner performs swing and modern music from 9pm and on Saturday The Acoustics from Congleton make their debut at The Roaring Meg.
At THE BULL’S HEAD in Smallwood, the pub’s next acoustic night is on Monday,14th May Budding singers can just turn up. The mic is turned on at 8.30pm. The pub has acoustic nights on the second and fourth Mondays of every month. It’s dog friendly, too, and has free wi-fi .
Over at THE KING’S ARMS on Friday, Recordsville is all about playing records from the 60s, expect rare and classic pop, soul, northern soul and Motown. On Saturday, enjoy hits through the ages with “Rockin Rob”.
The WAGGON AND HORSES at Eaton holds quiz nights on Thursdays at 8.30pm then Play Your Cards Right.
Everyone’s a winner as there are free chip butties, too. Entry is £1 per player; the winning team takes the pot.
THE QUEEN’S HEAD in Congleton is showing all Premier League football games. There is free pool every Sunday from 6pm, and the pub offers senior citizen menus, Monday to Friday, noon to 2.30pm, and 5pm to 8pm, and senior citizens’ Sunday roasts. Call 01260 272546 for information or to book.
At THE BEARTOWN TAP in Congleton there is the Sunday quiz from 7-9pm. The pub is offering Canadian brunch from 11am to 2pm every Sunday, with North American pancakes, waffl es, maple syrup and bottomless coffees. Booking is advised, call 01260 270775. There is also a meeting room available, which is free to hire.
THE WHARF in Congleton is showing all live Sky and BT football matches. There are poker nights with the Nuts Poker League every Thursday and Friday at 8pm. New every Monday is the Wharf’s own poker league. Registration is from 8pm.
THE UNICORN at West Heath, Congleton, is showing all live Sky and BT Football matches. The pub also has a new 21st century pinball machine packed with technology, including selfi e camera. There is karaoke on the fi rst Saturday of the month.
CONGLETON GOLF CLUB is offering chef’s specials nights every Friday from 6.30pm. Nonmembers are welcome, but booking is essential. Call 01260 273540. There is a taster morning on Saturday, 28th April from 9.30am. Visitors are welcome to have a lesson or play a few holes and then sample what the clubhouse has to offer. Anyone interested in fi nding out more information on the club, golf social or catering facilities, should call 01260 273540 or visit congletongolfclub.com
CARNIVAL Saturday, 7th July, 2018 We are seeking Volunteers, mainly Carnival stewards to walk alongside the parade and to be at the start when the groups are gathering on
Please contact Jo Money, 01260 270908
for further details and to apply.
Join us on Facebook – www.facebook.com/CongletonCarnival
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