Scroll down this page to see a selection of recent updates about all things Heald Green, you can also follow us on Facebook for further updates.
We have dedicated pages for some ongoing local issues as follows:
The following letter has been issued to residents and businesses local to the Cheadle Muslim Association site on Wilmslow Road today advising them of a revised planning application which they intend to submit shortly:
You can download a copy of the letter by clicking here
The letter includes a link to the CMA’s website where the plans can be viewed. To view the website please click here
The results of the election held on the 2nd May 2019 are as follows:
Liberal Democrats 208
Therefore we are pleased to announce that Cllr Carole McCann has been duly elected. Full results for other wards in Stockport can be found here
Thank you for your support.
PUBLIC INQUIRY WEDNESDAY MAY 8TH, 10AM
FRED PERRY HOUSE, STOCKPORT, UNTIL TUESDAY 25th JUNE 2019
Related to Seashell Trust’s £50 Million Planning Appeal and 325 houses on the Green Belt. This could set a precedent for thousands of houses to be built in the area under GMSF. Come and support the Heald Green Action Group, alongside the Ratepayers, jointly fighting this Planning Appeal on behalf of the community!
At a packed AGM meeting last night, we are pleased to report that Carole McCann was nominated as our candidate in the forthcoming local election to Stockport Council on Thursday 2nd May 2019. To find out more about Carole and the elections, please click here.
Of course a new candidate means that we also sadly have to say goodbye to Cllr Sylvia Humphreys who has worked incredibly hard for Heald Green for 19 years. Sylvia and her husband Norman have both been involved with the Ratepayers’ Association for approximately forty years and it was fascinating for all those present last night to hear about all the initiatives they have been involved in over the years, including the specially chartered train journeys to London from Heald Green station as well as trips abroad. Latterly Norman has served as the Treasurer for the Association but both Sylvia and Norman have decided that now is the right time to step back from their respective roles and hope to be able to spend more time with their grandchildren.
During the recent consultation on the latest iteration of the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework which proposed an additional 1700 homes in Heald Green, The Ratepayers’ Association convened a working group to prepare the Association’s official submission in response to the consultation. You can download a copy of the Ratepayers’ submission by clicking here.
The 90th Annual General Meeting of the Heald Green and Long Lane Ratepayers’ Association is to be held at Heald Green Village Hall, Outwood Rd, on Friday 29th March 2019 at 7:30pm. The agenda is as follows:
Please send nominations for the Committee to the Secretary by 22nd March 2019.