Land Off School Lane – latest appeal withdrawn by the developers
There have been two significant planning applications recently: 15/2274M and 15/5637M, each with the aim of putting up to 27 houses on the field in the centre of the village.
Marton Parish Council is opposed to this proposed development. 15/2274M was refused by the Cheshire East Northern Planning Committee in October 2015, and went to appeal; the appeal hearing was held in February 2016, and the case was referred to the Secretary of State for the final decision. The Secretary of State dismissed the appeal on 3 April 2017 and has refused to grant planning permission for these houses. A very similar planning application by HSL for 27 houses (15/5637M – later revised to 23 houses) was refused by Cheshire East on 16 August 2017. The developers appealed against this decision but have now withdrawn that appeal. Marton Parish Council have applied for costs.
In addition to the Neighbourhood Plan (available here), the Parish Council submitted the following documents:
Marton Parish Council Response
Agriculture and Open Countryside
Risk Assessment Addendum
Response to HSL Consultation Response
Response to HSL submission
Response to revisions June 2017
Parking safety June 2017
15/5637M Appeal submission July 2018
15/5637M Appeal submission March 2019
15/5637M Application for costs
15/2274M Appeal Hearing – additional documents
Marton Parish Council Hearing statement
Further Submissions February 2017
Marton Meadows Golf Club – modified application now approved by Cheshire East Council
Application 18/2652M, made in summer 2018, has the aim of developing Marton Meadows Golf Club by adding 19 small business units, 19 glamping pods and up to 13 holiday lets, as well as building a new golf clubhouse.
Marton Parish Council is opposed to this development, and our response is available below: