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The jubilation in March that Cheshire East Council refused EE permission for the installation of a mast at Penningtons Lane had turned into dismay as it transpires that, due to an administrative blunder and a technicality EE has gained permission and plans to proceed with its installation. Read more
NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF
UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN
ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2019
Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 Sections 26 and
27 The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)Read more
Elections to Cheshire East Council were held on Thursday 2nd May. The Gawsworth Community elects three councillors, two forMacclesfield South ward which covers the Penningtons Lane
Gawsworth residents are encouraged to attend the Annual Parish Meeting which will be held on Thursday 9th May at 7:30pm in the Village Hall.
Please do come along to have your say, or just listen.
Elections for Cheshire East Council are being held on Thursday 2nd May. Residents of Gawsworth will head to the polls to choose their new borough councillors for the 2019-2023 term.Read more
Gawsworth Parish Council has lodged strong objections with Cheshire East Council on the proposed mast at Penningtons Lane. Writing to the planning officer, the Parish Council has said:
Gawsworth Community Choir is a mixed ability ladies choir with approximately 20 members. It was formed 8 and a half years ago and sings a variety of music in 2 or 3 parts including lightRead more
A group of more than thirty residents of Penningtons Lane and the surrounding areas gathered together recently to protest to the proposal to site a 15m mobile telephone mast and several large cabinets housing equipment, on the attractive green at the junction with Congleton Road.
Gawsworth Parish Council has submitted objections to Cheshire East Council in respect of application 18/5544M – 10 houses on Dark Lane.
The planning application for 10 new homes on Dark Lane is now live under reference 18/5544M. The application was submitted by Engine of the North (part of Cheshire East Council) and proposes 8 affordable and two market houses. It includes a pedestrian crossing on the A536 and other highways improvements such as new footpaths.