Copyright & Disclaimer
The aim of this website is to:
- promote the area of Cheshire East, the Council and
- facilitate access to Council services
- provide information to residents, users of Council
services, businesses and the general public
Currency and Accuracy of Information
Whilst every care has been taken in the compilation of this
website, and every attempt made to present up-to-date and accurate
information, we cannot guarantee that inaccuracies will not occur.
Cheshire East Council will not be held responsible for any loss,
damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or
error within these pages.
Cheshire East Council was created by amalgamating Cheshire
County Council, Congleton Borough Council, Crewe and Nantwich
Borough Council and Macclesfield Borough Council. In some
cases it has been necessary to link back to their web sites for
relevant or historic information.
Some links from our site lead to pages maintained by other
organisations. These links are identified by 'external link' and
are provided purely for your convenience. No responsibility is
assumed by Cheshire East Council for the content of
This is because:
- Cheshire East Council does not produce them or
- Cheshire East Council cannot change them
- they can be changed without the Cheshire East Council's
knowledge or agreement.
Some of our external links may be to websites which also offer
commercial services, such as online purchases. The inclusion of a
link to an external website from the Cheshire East
website should not be understood to be an endorsement of that
website or the site's owners (or their products/services).
The Ordnance Survey mapping included within this web-site is
provided by Cheshire East Council under licence from the
Ordnance Survey in order to fulfil its public function to make
available Council held public domain information. Persons viewing
this mapping should contact Ordnance Survey
copyright for advice where they wish to licence Ordnance Survey
mapping/map data for their own use.
The Council undertakes monitoring of both incoming and outgoing
e-mails. You should therefore be aware that if you send an email to
a person within the Council it may be subject to any monitoring
deemed necessary by the organisation from time to time.
If you discover any information on our pages which you believe
to be inaccurate or inappropriate, please use the
online feedback form to notify us.
Copyright - Re-using Public Sector Information
All content of this web site is © Copyright to Cheshire
Unless otherwise stated, the design and layout of this website
and any material published (including text, graphics, logos, images
and attached documents) is the property of Cheshire
We authorise users to view and download material from this site
only for your personal, non-commercial use. You must keep the
Copyright or other notices contained in the original material on
anything that you download.
All photographic images, icons, artworks and other graphical
images within the http://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ domain
are © Copyright Cheshire East Council unless otherwise
explicitly stated under Section 17 of the Copyright Designs and
Patents Act 1988. Copyright in all photographs, logotypes, coat of
arms and all other promotional logos displayed in this site is
owned by Cheshire East Council and/or the photographer
and so photographs may not be used unless a licence is obtained
from Cheshire East Council. Unauthorised use of these by
others is prohibited. Any unauthorised publication, copying,
hiring, lending or reproduction is strictly prohibited and
constitutes a breach of copyright.
Logos and Trademarks
The logos and names of other companies and products mentioned on
this site are copyright and/or trademarks of their respective
owners. If you wish to use the council logo, you should request
permission. Permission to use will only be granted on the
understanding that the logo may be resized but must not be altered
in any other way. In respect of the use of logos and names of other
companies and products mentioned on this site you need to contact
the owners directly and seek their permission – this is not
something the Council can grant or authorise on their behalf.