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Agenda of Nantwich Town Council Meeting

Thursday 12 January 2023, 6.30pm, Peggy Killick Suite, Nantwich Civic Hall

1. PUBLIC FORUM

1.1. To receive a report from Police representatives and discuss policing issues in the town.

1.2. To receive representations from members of the public.

1.3. To receive any representations from the public on planning applications.

1.4. To receive any questions submitted in advance in writing.

2.  APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

3. DECLARATION OF DISCLOSABLE PECUNIARY INTERESTS

Members are asked to declare any disclosable pecuniary interests relating to items on the agenda in accordance with the Council’s adopted Code of Conduct.

4. CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

4.1. To receive and approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Town Council held on 15th December 2022.

5. MAYOR’S REPORT

To receive a list of the Mayor’s engagements and to receive any announcements by the Mayor.

6. PLANNING CONTROL

Applications for Planning Permission – notification of planning applications by Cheshire East Council upon which comments are to be made.  The applications will be displayed at the meeting for inspection.

7. COMMUNITY SOLAR PANEL PV SCHEME

To consider proposals to install solar panels at the Civic Hall in partnership with Nantwich Mill Community Energy Company. (Details attached)

8. NANTWICH TOWN CENTRE VITALITY PLAN

Cheshire East Council seeks endorsement from Nantwich Town Council for the attached final Town Centre Vitality Plan following consultation.  In particular, there have been changes made to the recommended top priority actions to reflect responses from the public consultation on page 67.

The final version of the document will be presented to Cheshire East Economy & Growth Committee on 17th January with a recommendation to approve the plan.

9. SECTION 106 FUNDING

To welcome Jo Wise, Development and Regeneration Manager and Craig Wallace, Senior Regeneration Officer from Cheshire East Council who will explain the current position relating to the Section 106 funding from the housing developments at Kingsley Fields, and to discuss with members how it should be spent.

10. HIGH STREET COLLISION – HOPE HOUSE

The town council has been copied into correspondence from the property management company for the owners of 14 High Street to Cheshire East Council.  They are seeking discussions to address alleged highway safety issues around Swine Market following a further incident of a lorry striking the building before Christmas.  (Details attached).  Members are asked to consider support for the property management company.

11. BOROUGH COUNCILLORS REPORTS

To receive reports from Cheshire East Borough Councillors.

12. REPORTS OF REPRESENTATIVES

Members representing the Council on outside bodies or organisations are asked to report on matters of interest.

Minutes

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