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Lane Closure on Stockport Road

by clairehalliwell on 6 May, 2018

Contractors working on behalf of United Utilities will be undertaking works to replace a manhole frame and cover on Stockport Road, Cheadle, on the south side of Roscoes Roundabout. These works are scheduled to take place from 21:30 14th May to 00:30 15th May.

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Elect a local champion this Thursday

by clairehalliwell on 2 May, 2018

On Thursday 3 May, you can elect a hardworking and effective councillor. ✔️ I live in the ward and see the same problems to tackle as you ✔️ I’ll stand up for my neighbours and challenge the Labour council when they get it wrong. ✔️I want to continue my fight for more local police resources […]

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Contractors working on behalf of Power on Connections will be undertaking works to install cables on Cheadle Road, Cheadle Hulme, between the junctions of Grange Avenue and North Downs Road. These works are scheduled to take place from 8th May to 21st May and will require the use of temporary signals from 11th May to […]

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GREATER Manchester’s first Cycling and Walking Commissioner has called for £1.5 billion to help realise his vision of transforming the city region into a world class region for cycling and walking. Last year Mayor of Greater Manchester appointed Chris Boardman to say how GM can deliver a step change in the numbers of people walking […]

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Lane Closures on Roscoe’s Roundabout

by clairehalliwell on 23 April, 2018

Network Rail will be undertaking works to install pigeon netting on their bridge on Roscoe’s Roundabout, Stockport Road, Cheadle, at the junction of Carrs Road. These works are scheduled to take place from 22:00 28th April to 08:00 29th April and will require the use of temporary lane closures.

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Northern Rail to double fares if you buy on the train

by clairehalliwell on 8 April, 2018

The Manchester Evening News is reporting that Northern Rail will be doubling fares for people who buy on the train instead of using a ticket machine or the phone app. Passengers with Northern Rail will soon be fined £20 or double their fare if they wait to buy a ticket on the train. The operator […]

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Latest on Adswood tip odours

by clairehalliwell on 3 April, 2018

The local Environment Agency office sent an officer in the last week. Following that inspection, they think the smells are related to restoration work on the site – bringing in material for tree planting. Unfortunately, they are only operating on a skeleton staff over the bank holiday weekend. But they will be going back on […]

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Council removes recycling sites without consultation

by clairehalliwell on 3 April, 2018

As part of the cost cutting measures right across Stockport the council has removed their recycling bins from Massie Street car park in Cheadle and other local sites. The theory is that all residents should now have their own recycling bins provided by the council and that companies should not have been using these public […]

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Update on parking around Meadowbank School

by clairehalliwell on 25 March, 2018

In consultation with your Councillors and the Head of the School highways engineers are proposing advisory 20 mph signs on approaches near Demmings Road and Tennyson Road, yellow lines along the Councillor Lane service road (on house side) and also at entrance to Brookfield Road and Tennyson Road, together with bollards at the Demmings Road […]

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Road works on Councillor Lane

by clairehalliwell on 25 March, 2018

Please be advised that contractors working on behalf of United Utilities will be replacing a manhole frame and cover in the carriageway on Councillor Lane, Cheadle Hulme at the junction with Stockport Road. These works are scheduled to take place between the hours of 8pm-10pm on 27th March and will require the prohibition of a […]

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