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Saturday 8 October 2011


Local Police have taken action to nip a spate of anti social behaviour in the bud in Willaston. Willaston and Rope Borough Councillor Brian Silvester said,"On the weekend of the 24/25 September there was late night noise and nuisance and a 'for sale' sign on a bungalow in Cheerbrook Road, by The Paddock, was broken up and stuck in a grid, actually in the road. There was a lot of problems like this down Cheerbrook Road last year when trees and other property was damaged so I contacted the local Police to ask them to take immediate action.Fortunately last weekend was quiet so I am hopeful that the action taken has been successful. The Police will monitor next weekend, sending patrols as deemed appropriate dependant on operational requirements."

Green Gap policy should be retained in its entirety.

Willaston and Rope Ward Councillor Brian Silvester has responded to the latest consultation on the Cheshire East Local Plan ( Local Development Framework LDF) He said, "The Green Gap policy is very popular with the residents I represent and I strongly believe that it should be retained in its entirety, without any changes, in the new plan when that emerges. I believe that new development should be directed in the first instance to brown field sites so that  the green spaces between Crewe and Nantwich can be retained to prevent the urban sprawl that  is so unattractive in areas like  the Potteries in Staffordshire. I firmly believe that the new development that is required over the new plan period can be allocated without the need to touch an inch of the Green Gap."

Further action on parking problems at Berkeley Primary School,Rope

Willaston and Rope Ward Councillor Brian Silvester has persuaded the local Police to take further action about the small minority of parents who park inconsideratly around the Berlekely Primary School in Rope. to park more sensibly. He said," The Police have informed me that they have arranged for there to be a police presence around the school at the key times to monitor and advise persons dropping off and picking up.  A Police Community Support officer is going to distribute leaflets to the residents living within the vicinity of the school asking for them to contact the police at the time a vehicle obstruction is occurring so the details of the vehicles can be logged and if not dealt whilst at the location, followed up by an officer at a later time.

There are serious parking problems at the beginning and the end of the school day in Lochleven Road and Rope Bank Avenue at the junction with Laidon Avenue and at the junction of Beechcroft Avenue and Whirlow Road. Parents dropping off and picking up at the school  park at the junctions which makes it very difficult for vehicles to pull out safely and makes it difficult for emergency vehicles to get through. Also some parents park in front of drives and this makes it impossible for residents to get their cars out. Local residents are rightly angry at the careless parking of a small minority of parents and I hope the action that is being taken will solve the problem to a large degree."

Cllr. Brian Silvester 
Willaston and Rope Borough Councillor.
Tel/fax 01270 567757

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