by the owners of the walled
garden site have either lapsed or been
rejected, the Nantwich Walled Garden Society
That is what they say in the Summer 2018
edition (No 6) of their Newsletter. They
add: "We are awaiting further news from
Cheshire East Council or the developer.
optimistic comment follows on from two
others in recent years.
an item posted on the website on August
10, 2017, the society says: "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."
adds: "A further matter to be resolved
before any development could take place is
determination of the ownership of the walls.
is the NWGS's view that, even if suitable
planning permission were obtained in future,
the cost of restoring the walls in a manner
commensurate with their Grade 2 listing
would exceed the value of the site, so the
land effectively has no value."
IN August 2016,
the website said the NWGS had received
news" for the future of the walled garden.
A hearing in July 2016 "led to refusal of
the 2008 planning application for building
on the site."
website at that time added: "The NWGS is looking forward to working with
Cheshire East Council and other local
organisations to explore the full
implications and possible opportunities
which may arise from this decision."
The developers had sought
permission to lay a footpath and car parking
spaces on the site -