Rostherne Parish Council
Rostherne Parish Council’s bi-monthly meeting took place at Egerton Hall on Thursday 14th November 2018; the meeting was opened by the Chair,
Cllr Joe Gate at 8pm.
An update was offered by the Engagement Officer, Carol Evans &
Engagement Advisor Stephen Cunningham.
Carol informed the Councillors of when the consultation events are being held, these are;
30th November 2pm to 8pm – High Legh Village Hall
3rd December – Holiday Inn Hotel, Manchester.
4th December 2pm to 8pm – Manchester Airport Marriott (Hale Barns)
Other locations to deposit consultations are Knutsford and Hale barns
Apologies were received from the local PCSO and the following report was submitted;
There has been a recent epidemic of fly tipping in Rostherne. As a general the police don’t investigate CCTV activity as it normally falls in the remit of the Borough Council. There may be CCTV cameras attached to houses in the area that residents could check.
Please be extra vigilant and if you see any suspicious activity please report it immediately to Crimestoppers on 101 or email the Parish Council via
Cllr Macrae informed the meeting of the following:
There are currently no local planning applications.
The Tatton signs have been installed.
The gateway signs have been done but the Rostherne logo is required in a different format.
The Ciceley Mill Lane bollards are in the pipeline.
New signs will be erected on the old Chester Road as traffic still think it is a dual carriageway once they exit the motorway.
Ashley Road is being commissioned, times of the day for monitoring is vital. A weight restriction on Cherry Tree Lane and Marsh Lane is still in
discussion. Bucklow Hill to Mere junction will have speed activation cameras.
HIGHWAY ISSUES TO REPORT
It was reported that Rostherne Lane is still in a state and has not been cleaned, since it was previously reported. It was asked if the Utility Company will be dealing with the dips in the road on Rostherne and Marsh Lane. The grid outside The Vicarage is still blocked and has the tag still attached. The same can be said for the grid on Ciceley Mill Lane. The Clerk will liaise with CEC.
REPORT FROM FISHER GERMAN:
Works are scheduled to take place on roadside trees. Fly-tipping – Please be vigilant of unusual vehicles/vehicles carrying waste.
SMART MOTORWAY PROGRAMME:
A letter has been sent to Highways England and an unsatisfactory response has been received. A copy of this has been circulated with TG and other Parish Councils.
MEETING DATES FOR 2019
Wednesday 9th January 2019
Wednesday 13th March 2019
Wednesday 8th May 2019
Wednesday 10th July 2019
Wednesday 11th September 2019
Wednesday 13th November 2019