Nantwich is an attractive market town in South Cheshire with facilities that serve the needs of the surrounding rural area as well as the town itself. About 14,000 people live within the town council boundaries, (13,964 at the time of the 2011 Census). In recent years the built up area has extended into adjacent parishes, particularly Stapeley Parish, increasing the urban area population to about 17,000.
The Town Council
The Town Council is made up of twelve Councillors, who were all elected in 2011. The Council meets monthly at Brookfield Hall, Shrewbridge Road, Nantwich, CW5 7AD. The public are welcome to attend and this site includes a calendar of meetings.
The Town Council office is located in Nantwich Civic Hall, Market Street, Nantwich, CW5 5DG, tel. 01270 619224.
In 2012 the Town Council took control of several assets previously run by Cheshire East Borough Council and it now has responsibility for Nantwich Civic Hall, the Market Hall, toilets and 4 allotment sites.
In December 2013 the Town Council agreed a budget for 2014/15 which will result in a precept of £444,740 and a reduction in Council tax for a Band D property from £95.24 to £89.74.
The Town Council gained re-accreditation of Quality Status on 6th November 2011.
Click on the Quality Status logo to find out more.