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   A possible future? At last night’s Marple Area Committee two plans (amongst others) were considered.   The first was for 4 more speed control measures in the first bit of Hibbert Lane in Marple on the road to Hawk Green and High Lane.   These related to the new proposed roundabout next to the new […]

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GMSF update

by Geoff Abell on 18 December, 2016

The consultation period is now extended until the 16 Jan 2017 See – https://www.greatermanchester-ca.gov.uk/info/20081/draft_plan

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High Lane 4,000 house development

by Geoff Abell on 8 December, 2016

At an extraordinary meeting of the Marple Area Committee in High Lane on Wed 30th Nov, many residents expressed concerns over this development as part of the GMSF.  Infrastructure issues such as rail, roads schools and use of Stepping Hill Hospital were mentioned.  Also air quality, road capacity and the sheer vastness of the proposed […]

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GMSF and planning in Stockport

by Geoff Abell on 21 October, 2016

Update – detailed map of High Lane area.  (Thanks to some High Lane residents for this.) Click here to download full file (note it’s 168Mb big) http://gmsf.objective.co.uk/ file/4216139 Consultation page for residents and others at – https://gmsf-consult.objective.co.uk/portal/   The proposed GMSF (Greater Manchester Spatial Framework) plans have been published yesterday.   This translates the need for […]

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Please come to Marple Area Cmte on 28 Sept

by Geoff Abell on 1 September, 2016

There will be an Open Forum on how the council sets its budget for 2017-2018. Your presence and input will be appreciated. Venue – Senior Citizen’s Hall near Marple Scout Hut at 6 pm.  (Informal chat to councillors and officers at 5:30.) Note that due to a double booking, this will now be at High […]

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