Cheshire East Council Consultations
Welcome to Cheshire East Council's Consultation portal - please browse our current consultations below.
Cheshire East Waste Strategy Review Consultation
The Waste Strategy has been guiding Cheshire East Council’s decisions for the past five years. It is now time to see if it remains relevant and to make sure we are focussed on the right priorities. The strategy was taken to the Council’s March 2020 Cabinet meeting and given approval, but cannot be finalised until you have had your say.
Please submit your views by Monday 2 November.
Corporate Plan Engagement
Cheshire East Council has drafted a new draft Corporate Plan for 2020 to 2024. The purpose of this plan is to set out council priorities for the next 4 years.
We would like to know what you think of this plan, and how you think it might be improved.
Engagement closes on Friday 27 November.
Article 4(1) Directions to withdraw permitted development rights for the change of use of dwellings to small houses in multiple occupation in parts of Crewe
Three non-immediate Article 4 Directions were made on 6 October 2020, meaning that planning permission will be required to use a dwelling (use class C3) as a small HMO (use class C4) within the areas of the Directions (subject to confirmation) once they come into force on 1 November 2021. The Directions relate to the Nantwich Road, West Street and Hungerford Road areas of Crewe.
Please submit your views by 5:00pm on Monday 30 November.
Cheshire East active travel - have a say on your town!
In line with government advice, Cheshire East Council is implementing measures in order to improve active travel in the local area. Nine new schemes will come into effect from the 12 August 2020 as a first phase to improve routes to schools and workplaces, boost social distancing, encourage walking and cycling and improve our town centre environments. Measures will also help to reserve capacity on public transport for those who really need it and should help to reduce congestion. Further schemes will be developed in later phases, following pledged government funding of £619,000.
The move follows recent submissions by town and parish councils and local members of more than 500 local ideas as to what measures may work in their towns and villages.
Countryside parks and rangers service
If you have recently attended one of the Ranger Service events or visited one of the sites we manage, we really want to hear from you. Please help us to improve our sites and events by completing our two surveys.
Search for individual planning applications to make your comments.
Consult on license applications for sale of alcohol, entertainment, gambling premises and street trading and others.
Give notice of consultations or information relating to changes.