Disley Parish Council has received a large number of resident enquiries regarding activities at the site known as Glebe Fields off Mudhurst Lane. These enquiries primarily revolve around concerns relating to planning, access, the amount, and appropriateness of site traffic, and environmental considerations. Disley Parish Council shares many of these concerns.
To provide clarity, Disley Parish Council has never owned or managed the land in question and has no involvement in the works currently being undertaken. Previously, the land was under the ownership of a registered charity, named Thomas Ouff. Although the land is no longer owned by this charity, the Trustees have kindly agreed that their Position Statement can be shared with residents. This can be downloaded at:
Regarding the potential absence of planning permissions for the works, this matter has been escalated to Cheshire East Council Planning Enforcement. As the primary planning authority for Disley & Newtown, Cheshire East Council is responsible for investigating all local planning matters. Cheshire East Planning Enforcement can be contacted at email@example.com or by phone on 0300 123 5014.
Concerns regarding traffic weights and volumes, mud on the road and environmental issues have also been raised and communicated to the relevant departments within Cheshire East Council.
Please rest assured that Disley Parish Council will remain vigilant in monitoring the situation on Mudhurst Lane and will actively engage with Cheshire East Council to obtain information and seek appropriate actions in addressing resident concerns.
Cllr Simon Brownbill
Chair of Disley Parish Council
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