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21% of children with special needs didn't have secondary school place by deadline

21% of children with special needs didn't have secondary school place by deadline

One in five primary school children in Cheshire East with special needs did not have a secondary school place by the February deadline. Cheshire East…
'All planning applications have been granted correctly' despite falsification of air quality data

'All planning applications have been granted correctly' despite falsification of air quality data

Following last week's announcement that serious errors were made in the Council's air quality monitoring procedures "as the result of deliberate and systematic…
Grant success for two Wilmslow schools

Grant success for two Wilmslow schools

St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary School and Wilmslow High School are among 19 schools and children centres in the Borough to benefit from a grant aimed at…
Bid to bring Britain's biggest cycling event back to Borough

Bid to bring Britain's biggest cycling event back to Borough

Following the success of the Tour of Britain Stage 3 in 2016, which saw 120 top international cyclists race 111 miles from Congleton to Tatton Park, Cheshire…
Reader's Letter: The Local Plan decision

Reader's Letter: The Local Plan decision

Dear Editor, As an elected Cheshire East Borough Councillor representing a ward in our northern area of Cheshire East, perhaps your readers would like…
Investigation reveals Council's air pollution data was deliberately manipulated

Investigation reveals Council's air pollution data was deliberately manipulated

An external investigation into the Council's air quality monitoring procedures has found that serious errors were made as the result of deliberate and…
Cheshire East to crack down on council tax cheats

Cheshire East to crack down on council tax cheats

Cheshire East is to run data checks on households claiming council tax discounts in order to find instances where incorrect awards have been made. All…
Last chance to have your say on proposed bus cuts

Last chance to have your say on proposed bus cuts

Local residents are being reminded that they have a week left to comment on the Council's proposals to cut subsidised bus services in order to save more…
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Increased grants to help old, young and vulnerable stay in their own homes

Increased grants to help old, young and vulnerable stay in their own homes

Cheshire East Council has set aside £2.4m to help the old and vulnerable with adaptations to their homes and reduce the long-term impact on the…
Number of Key Stage 2 pupils achieving expected standard up 12%

Number of Key Stage 2 pupils achieving expected standard up 12%

Provisional figures have been released for the Key Stage 2 results across core subjects. These show that 64 per cent of Cheshire East's primary pupils…
Council pulls the plug on £30,000 web casts

Council pulls the plug on £30,000 web casts

Cheshire East Council has put a stop to the filming of cabinet meetings due to the high costs. Last year the Council spent around £30,000 recording…
Cheshire East publishes details of councillors’ allowances totalling £1.27m

Cheshire East publishes details of councillors’ allowances totalling £1.27m

Cheshire East Council has paid a total of £1,274,205 in allowances to Council Members for the period for April 1st 2016 to 31st March 2017, up £1342…
Council says none of their high-rise buildings have same cladding as Grenfell Tower

Council says none of their high-rise buildings have same cladding as Grenfell Tower

In the wake of the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, Cheshire East Council has reviewed its own buildings stock and has contacted registered housing providers…
Royal London masterplan removes site from Green Belt to build houses, hotel & offices

Royal London masterplan removes site from Green Belt to build houses, hotel & offices

Royal London, in collaboration with Cheshire East Council, has produced a masterplan that will guide future development at the Royal London site. The…
New design guide to set benchmark for housing quality

New design guide to set benchmark for housing quality

Developers and their designers are now required to follow a new design guide with the aim of maintaining a high standard for future housing schemes and…
Plan to increase security at town centre car park approved

Plan to increase security at town centre car park approved

Cheshire East Council can now go ahead with plans to improve security and screening at a town centre car park in an attempt to resolve 'anti-social behaviour'…
Council leaders come together to show solidarity with Manchester

Council leaders come together to show solidarity with Manchester

The leaders of all political parties of Cheshire East Council have come together to show solidarity and condemn the terror attack at Manchester Arena…