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Park Gate Consultation – 12th December 2017 The consultation for the Reserved Matters application was on 12th December, from 2pm till 8pm, at the Heritage Centre.
The consultation leaflet, which was distributed to local residents and key stakeholders, can be accessed here.
Furthermore, all information displayed at the consultation will be available here soon after the event.
During the consultation, our team presented the proposed planning schemes for Park Gate to illustrate TEM’s ambitions for the site, while inviting attendees to contribute to the discussion and submit queries.
If you would like to contact TEM regarding Park Gate, please email Jacques Carboni from our Planning Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
TEM Planning, on behalf of the Tatton Estate, are proposing to bring forward a reserved matters application. This will seek approval of the type, layout and detailed design of the already approved residential properties on land at Parkgate.
The Tatton Estate is preparing what is called a ‘reserved matters’ planning application, which will ask Cheshire Estate Council for approval to the detail of the development. The principal use of the site as residential has already been accepted.
The Tatton Estate is different. Locally based and family owned, we have invested in first class architects and consultants working on the planning application. The Estate is seeking to design a scheme that goes a step beyond a standard housing site to create a community, with masterplanning that compliments the market town, delivers energy efficient homes and architectural influences worthy of merit and Conservation Area status in the future.
Please refer to the Download below for further details