2015 April: Parliamentary Candidate Statements May 2015
(Local Candidates supporting Cheadle Unite detailed below)
2015 April: Letter to 38 Local Parish and District candidates
Dear Parish/District Councillor candidate,
For over 5 years actions groups have been trying to tackle the prospect of excessive housing allocations for Cheadle.
Attached is a Community Brief that has been produced by Cheadle Unite part of the ‘Cheadle Unite Together’ action groups around Cheadle for fellow residents highlighting the situation as we see it. A number of councillors and residents have already agreed with the accuracy of the contents. We very much hope as a potential Councillor that you will share our concerns and if elected work to protect Cheadles Green Fields, open spaces and recreational areas and look to promote the regeneration of the large number of Brownfield derelict waste sites that exist around the Potteries.
Cheadle does not have the infrastructure (roads, rail, drainage, services and capacity in our schools doctors and dentists) for a significant swell in housing which would damage our tourism capacity and the rural aspect of our town.
Further details and information are available on our website, including images of just a few of the huge numbers of Brownfield sites that exist around the Potteries with proven infrastructure that are struggling to attract investment facing an uncertain future.
If you feel you agree with the Community Brief (Attached) and the aims of Cheadle Action Groups and would like to make a statement and/or send relevant flyer literature for consideration of inclusion on our website and circulation, then please send your comments via email to email@example.com or to the Secretary at the above address.
1320 Houses/Dwellings Still Planned for Cheadle250 Houses In Cheadle North East Brookhouses Development already approved
26%+ Swell in Our Population Planned in 12 years 441 In Urban Sites Around Cheadle 200 Properties on Small Urban Extensions