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Council is investing nearly £10m in LED street lighting

Council is investing nearly £10m in LED street lighting

Following the upgrade of street lighting on main traffic routes last year, a further £9.5m is being invested to convert the majority of Cheshire…
Council Leader issues

Council Leader issues "rebuttal" to article on staff departures

Last month I published an article about the Director of Public Health at Cheshire East Council taking voluntary redundancy with a package of nearly £300,000,…
Lease of land for public toilets agreed

Lease of land for public toilets agreed

Having granted Wilmslow Town Council planning permission to provide public toilets in the town park, Cheshire East Council has now agreed to lease them…
£400,000 funding boost for local communities

£400,000 funding boost for local communities

Local people are being asked to come forward with ideas for a £400,000 community fund aimed at tackling health issues in their areas. This might…
Council guarantees paper bills for local residents

Council guarantees paper bills for local residents

The Council has committed itself to providing local residents with the option of continuing to receive paper bills and statements regarding their council…
New channel for whistleblowers to report concerns

New channel for whistleblowers to report concerns

Cheshire East Council is adding an additional safe channel for 'whistleblowing' by officers, elected members, or others working for the Council to report…
Cheshire East Council creates new Executive Director role

Cheshire East Council creates new Executive Director role

Cheshire East Council has appointed Frank Jordan as Executive Director of Place. This newly-created post will include responsibility for a range of issues,…
Council is taking battle over planning policies to Supreme Court

Council is taking battle over planning policies to Supreme Court

Cheshire East has been granted leave to appeal to the Supreme Court to seek legal protection for local planning powers. The aim is to prevent developers…
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Internal audit to determine pollution data inaccuracies

Internal audit to determine pollution data inaccuracies

Cheshire East Council has begun an internal audit to establish why incorrect pollution data was submitted to the Government. As part of the Council's…
Council announces replacement services after coach firm collapses

Council announces replacement services after coach firm collapses

Following the collapse of GHA coaches on Thursday, 14th July, Cheshire East Council has been working with operators to provide cover for bus services…
Council backs revised Local Plan Strategy

Council backs revised Local Plan Strategy

Cheshire East Council has backed its revised Local Plan Strategy following comments and submissions during six weeks of public consultation. The blueprint,…
Council says environmental drive saved nearly £6m

Council says environmental drive saved nearly £6m

Cheshire East Council has made savings of £5.7m as a result of investing in energy-efficiency measures and reducing its office accommodation from…
Council reveals number of fines issued for dog fouling since 2013

Council reveals number of fines issued for dog fouling since 2013

Despite announcing they will be tough on residents and visitors to the Borough who fail to clean up after their dog, the Council issued just 19 Fixed…
Residents urged to check their voting guides

Residents urged to check their voting guides

With the EU referendum fast approaching, Cheshire East Council is urging residents to check the Electoral Commission's voting guide for advice on how…
Company aimed at saving millions for tax payer reported loss of £2.6m

Company aimed at saving millions for tax payer reported loss of £2.6m

A company jointly owned by Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council which was set up with the aim of saving millions of pounds for…
Council reorganises in bid to become completely self-funding

Council reorganises in bid to become completely self-funding

Cheshire East Council has reorganised its functions into three different areas in order to save money and make things simpler for its residents. From…
Action finally being taken to tackle 'anti-social behaviour'

Action finally being taken to tackle 'anti-social behaviour'

Cheshire East Council are finally taking steps to resolve problems caused by 'anti-social behaviour' in one of the town centre car parks which has been…