By Lewis Berrill2023-11-28T17:03:00
Countryside Partnerships said it was “extremely disappointed” after Cheshire East Council deferred a vote on granting the developer retrospective planning permission for 263 mostly occupied homes in Crewe due to fears of land contamination.
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