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20 February, 2020

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20 February, 2020


Community, Cycling, Local News

Cheshire East scoops £1.6m boost for green transport links

  Cheshire East Council has been awarded £1.6m to boost greener transport links in the borough. The Local Growth Fund

Community, Education

Boost for first choice primary school places in Cheshire East

  Cheshire East Council has worked with local schools to offer first preference places for more than 92 per cent

Motoring, News

More road closures as roundabout works continue

The link between Crewe Green Roundabout and Hungerford Road and Sydney Road will be closed to motorists for three months

Lifestyle, Property & Planning

Cheshire East Council researching neighbourhood plans

  Cheshire East Council has been researching neighbourhood plans nationwide to ensure that the authority is delivering best practice for

Lifestyle, Property & Planning

Cheshire East Council approves five-year housing strategy

  Cheshire East Council has approved a new housing strategy, setting out its aims and resident-focused outcomes for housing until

Community, Heritage

Tatton Park plans to enhance visitor experience

  Tatton Park - the jewel in the crown of Cheshire East’s visitor attractions - has unveiled plans to offer

Community, Education

New special free school to open in 2019

  Cheshire East will be home to one of 14 special free schools due to open in 2019, the Department

Community, Education

Council improving lives of young people with special educational needs

  Cheshire East Council has received an award for its work securing better outcomes for young people with special educational

Community, Local News

Alderley Edge residents to have their say on CCTV in the village

  Alderley Edge Parish Council says residents are to have the opportunity to discuss the CCTV system in the village

Community, Education

‘Emotionally Healthy Schools’ praised at national awards

A multi-agency project aimed at improving the mental health of children and young people across Cheshire East was highly commended