Cheshire East Council Consultations

You can choose to join Cheshire East’s new Digital Influence Panel, the quick and easy way to be involved in consultations and surveys run by the council:

Join the Digital Influence Panel here

Alternatively you can take part in any of the consultations below.

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Current Consultations

Consultations are listed by closing date - those closing soonest are listed at the top.

Public Space Protection Order - Consultation

Cheshire East Council has been working with partners, including Poynton Town Council to address issues of anti-social behaviour reported on Poynton Sports Ground. The proposal is for a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) on the site which provides powers for the police to impose a ‘Fixed penalty Notice’ of £100.00 for those breaching conditions within the order.

Consultation closes Wednesday 25 January 2017


Air Quality Management Areas

The Council has a statutory duty to review Local Air Quality in the Borough, and monitoring undertaken by the Council has identified a number of areas which have exceeded the national air quality limits. The Council must declare these areas as Air Quality Management Areas, and produce an Action Plan to show the steps that will be taken to improve air quality.

The Council has no option about the decision to declare the Air Quality Management Areas, however it is important to take account of public opinion on the process and actions to be taken. We would therefore welcome your views and invite you to take part in the consultation by answering our online survey.

All responses must be received by 3 February 2017.  Results of the survey will inform the Action Plan which will be published around June/July 2017.


Bentley Draft Development Framework and Masterplan

A ‘development framework’ has been developed which outlines how the long-term future of the Bentley factory in Crewe could look – supporting Bentley as a core component at the heart of Crewe’s economy.

Drawn up by Bentley Motors in consultation with Cheshire East Council, the draft framework provides the platform to deliver a modern, advanced manufacturing operation in the future which will be more efficient, secure and productive.

You can give feedback either by: writing to us at C/O Bentley Masterplan, Cheshire East Council, Westfields, Middlewich Road, Sandbach, CW11 1HZ; completing the online survey above or by completing a paper survey available at public events at Bentley and available from libraries and council offices and returning to the address above. All consultation responses must be received by 5pm Tuesday 14 February 2017.


Business Needs Survey

An important survey about the needs of local businesses is being undertaken across Cheshire in January, February and March 2017.

Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Cheshire East Council and Cheshire West and Chester Council have teamed-up to commission BMG Research to undertake a telephone survey with 1,500 randomly selected businesses across the sub-region.  You may be contacted to provide your views.

BMG will be calling a random selection of local businesses in January, February and March. If you are contacted, please take the time to give your views, we value your insights. If you have any questions about the survey, please phone Nick Billington on 01270 685884 or email nick.billington@cheshireeast.gov.uk


On-going consultations

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.

Planning

Search for individual planning applications to make your comments. Your views are also sought on planning policies and major developments.

Licensing

Consult on license applications for sale of alcohol, entertainment, gambling premises and street trading and others.

Public notices

Give notice of consultations or information relating to changes.


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