Chester Rd Planning Application Withdrawn

by paulankers on 25 June, 2021

An application to build 4 houses on 135 Chester Rd has been withdrawn after local outcry. Local residents were concerned about overdevelopment on the site and it appears developers are listening. The plans were withdrawn on 7th June and won’t be coming to Stepping Hill Area Committee. Cllr Paul Ankers said, “I met residents recently […]

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Roads Investment Big Bang

by paulankers on 21 June, 2021

Lots of roads and pavements are being resurfaced over the course of this year. Roughly 35 schemes are fixing Hazel Grove’s roads as we get our share of a massive £100M scheme signed off in 2014. Some schemes in the pipeline include, Ayr Close, Clarendon Rd, Birch Tree Ave & Alderley Close. Cllr Paul Ankers […]

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Remembrance done differently this year.

by charlesgibson on 1 November, 2020

Your Lib Dem team have been working with the Royal British Legion and the Council to make sure that this Remembrance Day can be marked in a Covid secure way, as well as putting up the street poppies around our area. Below is the advice from the council on remembrance this year. This year, Remembrance […]

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Community recognition scheme continues

by charlesgibson on 27 October, 2020

Your Lib Dem team have been pleased to continue sending out certificates of Thanks to businesses and residents who have gone above and beyond to support our community in Hazel Grove throughout the pandemic. We wanted to say a huge thank you to all those who have sent in nominations over the past few months, […]

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Flu jab more important than ever this year.

by charlesgibson on 6 October, 2020

Cllr Charles Gibson and the Lib Dem team are encouraging as many residents as possible to get their flu jabs this year. More people than ever are entitled to a free flu jab, but you can also book an appointment at your local pharmacy for around £10.  The sooner you get the flu jab the better […]

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Flooding Report Consultation Event – Sae The Date

by paulankers on 21 September, 2020

Stockport Council have finally published their report on flooding, with a lot to interest Hazel Grove residents. You can read the report here There will be a consultation event in Hazel Grove next month. it will be on 13th October. Times and venue have not been finalised yet, but we will let you know as […]

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Remembering those we have lost

by charlesgibson on 13 July, 2020

The GMCA and Manchester Cathedral have been working together to create an online memorial book to remember all those from Greater Manchester or with a connection with the city-region who have sadly died of coronavirus. There has been so much loss and pain in our communities and thousands of grieving families that it’s right that […]

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How is the GM Mayor doing on coronavirus?

by charlesgibson on 1 July, 2020

The Greater Manchester combined Authority have a number of scrutiny committees (groups of councillors who check what the combined authority and the Mayor have been up to). The housing and environment committee is set to meet twice in July to discuss Greater Manchester’s response to Coronavirus so far and its plans for our areas recovery. […]

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National Volunteers week

by charlesgibson on 9 June, 2020

This week, 1-7 June 2020, is National Volunteers Week. This is a week set up to celebrate all the brilliant work that volunteers do in so many aspects of our communities. If you’re involved in volunteering, whatever it is, then thank you for the difference you are making. At the present time it is especially […]

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Pay Council Tax over 12 months rather than 10

by paulankers on 18 May, 2020

With many of you furloughed, newly unemployed or many other circumstance during this virus outbreak, its worth highlighting that changes that came into being a few years ago allow you to pay Council Tax over the full tax year. Many people have complained to us that council tax is paid over 10 months rather than […]

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