Crewe Green Parish Council 

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19-07-2018 at 5:58 PM

Councillor Vacancies

Crewe Green Parish Council currently has two (2) vacancies for Parish Councillor. As part of the first tier of local Government this is an ideal opportunity to take an active part in representing the views of your community, and to be involved in the decision-making process of local Government. Crewe Green is a small Parish with a friendly and supportive mix of Councillors each of whom brings something different to the decision making process. Even though being a Parish Councillor is a serious and important position it is not onerous with meetings only once every other month. Council Meetings are held at the stunning Crewe Hall Hotel which is a truly magnificent listed building
19-07-2018 at 5:41 PM

Crewe Green Roundabout Press release

Crewe Green Roundabout scheme approaches final phase Construction of a new roundabout in Crewe – which will ease congestion and remove a traffic pinch-point – is nearing its second major milestone. Works on Cheshire East Council’s £7m Crewe Green Roundabout scheme began in January this year and are now at their busiest stage, with construction of the new roundabout and link road junctions progressing on schedule. Towards the end of this month, the scheme will enter its third and final phase and see the link between the roundabout and Hungerford Road and Sydney Road reopened to motorists. The new roundabout layout will then be in operation, initially with a single lane of traffic to allow for works to continue. All lanes will open towards the end of phase three, with the roundabout fully open to traffic in November. Councillor Glen Williams, Cheshire East Council deputy cabinet member for highways and infrastructure, said: “Closing the link between the roundabout and Hungerford Road and Sydney Road has allowed for the construction work to be completed much quicker than would otherwise have been possible and we thank residents and motorists for their patience. “Regular users of Crewe Green Roundabout will have been able to see the scheme progressing at real pace over the last few weeks, with the site visibly changing on an almost daily basis. “We look forward to entering into the final phase of the scheme and the new roundabout being fully operational in November.” Funding for the scheme has come from the Local Growth Fund, the National Productivity Investment Fund and developer contributions. The new road layout will see the existing roundabout become more oval shaped. Traffic lights will be removed and wider junctions created so that traffic can merge from different directions. Shared cycleways/footways, with crossing points for cyclists and pedestrians, will also be included in the scheme. Over the past 12 weeks, construction works have included the installation of street lighting, kerbs and more than 470m of drainage, as well as new pedestrian crossings and footpaths and asphalt surfacing. Off site, the Crewe Green Roundabout team has delivered educational activities to young people, including a workshop to first-year civil engineering students at Cheshire College – South and West, supported community events and raised funds in support of various charities. The Crewe Green Roundabout scheme is part of a larger programme of investment to deliver growth in Cheshire East. It builds on earlier major highways schemes in Crewe, such as the £26.5m Crewe Green link road and the £7m Basford spine road, as well as improvements to the A500 at Junction 16. In addition, funding has been obtained to work up proposals for the dualling of the A500 between Crewe and the M6, estimated to cost £57m. Advanced preparation works are also under way for the long-awaited Sydney Road Bridge improvement scheme, which will remove another traffic bottleneck and improve journeys to the north of Crewe. Philip Cox, chief executive of Cheshire and Warrington LEP, said: “I am delighted to see the progress being made with the delivery of this scheme, which is expected to support the creation of jobs, commercial floor space and homes. “This is one of 12 transport projects Cheshire and Warrington LEP is supporting, with total grant funding of £58m towards the combined cost of £171m, which together will make a real difference across the region.” For more information about the Crewe Green Roundabout scheme, visit: ENDS
06-04-2018 at 9:16 AM

Planning Matters

Parishioners are advised that Aldi has submitted a planning application to develop a piece of land opposite the Duke of Gloucester. Planning reference 18/2139N. Residents are invited to register their comments on the Cheshire East Planning Portal in order that the County Council may consider these before the closing date for comments on 1st August 2018 Please follow the link to the planning portal on the "About us" - Crewe Green Parish Council page.
05-10-2017 at 12:59 PM

Annual Audit 31 March 2018

Parishioners are invited to inspect the Unaudited Accounts for the period ending 31 March 2018 in the documents section of the website. These documents have been delayed due to an IT problem which has now been rectified. However, these figures need to audited by the Internal Auditor after which there will be a short delay until the Parish Council is able to ratify the final outcome. Paul A I Barton Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer Crewe Green Parish Council
23-09-2016 at 4:08 PM

Crewe Green Parish Council Website

Members of the community are invited to provide news of community events or local activities or groups to enable the website to develop as a community tool that can be published here. Please click on "Contact Us" at the top of the page if you have an item of news, or a community event you would like to add to this page.

Forthcoming Events

Parish Council Meetings

Crewe Green Parish Council meets bi-monthly on the 3rd Monday of the month with the next meeting scheduled to be held on Monday 17th September 2018

Meeting are normally held at Crewe Hall Hotel, usually in the Hatton room, CW1 6UZ

17-09-2018 at 7:00 PM

Commences 7pm and closes no later than 9pm

All members of the public and press are welcome. If you wish to raise an issue you are kindly requested to contact the Chair or the Parish Clerk in advance through the link on this website. Members of the public should note that the Council cannot make any decisions raised by the public at the meeting as they must be previously actioned as an Agenda item.

Annual Parish Meeting 2019

Crewe Green Parish Council held its last Annual Parish meeting and AGM on Monday 18th May 2018. The next Annual Parish Meeting and AGM will be held 20th May 2019

Subject to confirmation this meeting will be held in the Hatton Room, Crewe Hall Hotel, CW1 6UZ

20-05-2019 at 7:00 PM

The date of the Annual Parish Meeting and AGM of Crewe Green Parish Council is subject to change

All members of the public are welcome to attend. This is an opportunity for residents to raise any issues with the Parish Council.

Local Residents and Visitor Information

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