Cheshire East Council are considering introducing a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) across the Cheshire East borough to help tackle dog fouling and dog control more effectively.
The PSPO would introduce two main requirements
- To ban dog fouling in all public places.
- To allow authorised officers to tell a dog owner/walker to put and keep their dog on a lead if necessary, for example, if their dog was showing aggressive behaviour.
Cheshire East are asking for residents’ views on the proposed PSPO for dog fouling and dog control across Cheshire East and have launched a public consultation which will run up until 12 noon on 10th October 2017
Please find below a link to the consultation page which includes more information on the proposals and a link to the consultation.
Cheshire East Highways have confirmed that the next phase of A6/MARR mitigation work will commence on Monday 2nd October 2017.
Cheshire East will be distributing a resident briefing letter to all affected residents and businesses over the next few days. A copy of the letter is available HERE.
The Parish Council has obtained additional information relating to the timetable of works and the traffic management measures to be used. This is available to download HERE
Cheshire East Highways have confirmed that village roadworks proposed to start on 18th September 2017 will now start on Monday 2nd October 2017. The Parish Council will be provided with a work schedule shortly and will communicate this to residents via the Council website, Twitter and eBulletin.
The electronic boards on the A6 will be updated shortly.
Cheshire East Council are inviting comments on their Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. The consultation will be over a six week period from Wednesday 16 August 2017 to Wednesday 27 September 2017.
A draft copy of the Local Flood Risk Management Strategy and details of how to submit comments are available HERE
At the request of Disley Parish Council, in light of the many comments, queries and concerns raised by Disley and Newtown residents, Cheshire East Council Highways have asked for the following statement to be communicated to the village. The Parish Council continues to be in discussions with CEC Highways on further related proposals.
“Following the well-attended Public Engagement events at Disley Primary School on 10th and 11th March Cheshire East Council received 215 pieces of correspondence about the mitigation scheme in Disley. The information gathered shows there is support for the concept to improve the centre of the village by widening footways and enhancing the Fountain Area. The design for this area will be further developed based on the feedback given focusing on maintaining traffic movements through the traffic lights at the Rams Head junction.
There was also good support for the footway improvements in Jacksons Edge Road and the introduction of the traffic signals.
Comments provided on the A6 Manchester Airport Relief Road Mitigation Measures have also been considered and a number of changes have been implemented including:
- Relocating pedestrian refuge island to the north side of Light Alders Lane / Coppice Avenue;
- Amending through lane widths at Light Alders Lane / Coppice Avenue junction and Lyme Park junction to be minimum 3.0m
- Retaining the bus stops in their current locations either side of Dryhurst Lane with additional localised footway widening
- Removing proposed parking outside the Springfield Allotments
- Improved sight stopping distances at the Allotments bend by use of road markings
- Extending parking bays where possible
- Omitting the Give Way and turn lane arrows at the minor side roads and accesses to the east of the Esso Garage.
- Will be prioritised for future trial of Air Pollution-reducing paving material at Redhouse Lane junction
- Improved cycle lane marking from Fountain Square to Stockport Boundary
We wish to thank the residents of Disley for their valuable feedback. The mitigation measures will be implemented in the coming weeks and will be completed by Autumn 2017.”
Should residents wish to contact Cheshire East Highways regarding this statement, they can email to: email@example.com or telephone 0300 123 5020.