Greenbelt nature attraction shut down

Simon Donohue

The operators of an educational nature attraction built on greenbelt land near Congleton without permission have agreed to remove all unauthorised buildings and structures from the site.

CSA lecture series continues

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Joanna van Heyningen of architecture practice van Heyningen & Haward will be the next speaker in the series of lectures on designing in historic settings organised by Cheshire Society of Architects.

Duchy’s barn conversion fully let

The Duchy of Lancaster has let the final cottage at Meremoor Farm Barns near Weston in Crewe, six months after the £900,000 barn conversion was completed.

National Trust backs ‘sustainable’ Bewilderwood plan

The chairman of Tatton Park and the advisor to the National Trust in the North West have written jointly to Cheshire East Council explaining their reasons for supporting the controversial Bewilderwood plans for a children's theme park in the grounds.

Locals force disclosure of Tatton Park plans

Residents in Knutsford are fighting a proposal by Cheshire East Council to provide £6.5m for a private developer to build a 125-acre children's play area in the 1,000-acre deer park.

Lion Salt Works renovation underway

A restoration team led by project managers Turner & Townsend and Wates Construction has started on site to bring the Victorian open pan salt works in Northwich back into use as a visitor attraction.