application to build six apartments inside
the walled garden site in Byron Walk,
Nantwich, has rocked Nantwich
Walled Garden Society members.
Last year they believed that all applications
by the owners of the walled
garden site had either lapsed or been
at the time they said in their Summer 2018
Newsletter "We are awaiting further news from
Cheshire East Council or the developer."
But the news that emerged was not what they were expecting.
planning application is for six two-bedroom
dwellings, restoration of listed structure
(the walls), and the creation of new vehicle
and pedestrian accesses.
plan in the application submitted to the
council shows the six dwellings with a
garden taking up about half of the half-acre
In fact, two planning applications were
submitted to Cheshire East Council, the
second one being for Listed Building
consent. (Building? See
on this website).
applications can be
found on the council's website,
http://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/planning under Planning.
To see them enter these application
reference numbers in the appropriate box:
19/0015N and 19/0016N.
The last date
for submitting comments on the plans was
Wednesday, February 6.
read the society's comments on the
applications visit their
an item posted on their website on August
10, 2017, the society said: "Following further
unsuccessful appeals, the NWGS understands
from the High Court that the Planning Appeal
Inspector's decision to refuse the planning
application now stands."
added: "A further matter to be resolved
before any development could take place is
determination of the ownership of the walls.
"It is NWGS's view that, even if