School plans to relocate car park entrance to safeguard children


A local primary school has applied to make changes to a nearby public car park in order to make it safer for the children attending their school.

Lacey Green Primary Academy is seeking permission to change the entrance to the public car park off Barlow Road, because it feels it is in an unsafe location, and re-locate the entrance so it is off Cranford Road.

The development will also provide an additional five car parking spaces will be available to local residents, increasing the number of parking spaces from twenty to twenty-five.

The plans can be viewed on the Cheshire East Council website by searching for planning reference 14/5734M. The last date for submitting comments is 4th February and a decision is expected to be made by 10th February.

Lacey Green Primary Academy, Planning Applications


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John Featherstone
Wednesday 4th February 2015 at 5:39 pm
unsafe location my left foot ?the enterance to the RESIDENTS carpark has been there as long as the school has?? still not enough parking spaces for the school????? i wonder ??i have lived at no 1 cranford road, where the proposed new entrance is to go since 1969 ,to my knowledge no child has been hurt by using this entrance as it is, no way is this unsafe do you need another five car parking spaces for the school i wonder not enough with your new car park is there?? no doubt the new town council will vote for it what a waste of money,just come back from africa, thats why my reply is late?on to cheshire east website now