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May 2017 (updated)

General Election candidates on protecting Macclesfield green belt

 

SMGB recently got in contact with the local candidates ahead of the upcoming General Election on 8 June 2017 to ask them what they would do to protect Macclesfield's green belt and how they would alter or prevent the Local Plan.

 

We received responses from five candidates. Please find below their responses in alphabetical order by surname:

 

James Booth response
Richard Flowers response

James Booth (Green Party)

Richard Flowers (Liberal Democrats)

Mark Johnson response
Neil Puttick response

Mark Johnson (Independent)

Neil Puttick (Labour)

David Rutley response

David Rutley (Conservative)

 

 

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What do you need to do now?

 

Donate to SMGB's fighting fund to secure a specialist barrister to assist with our case by visiting the Go Fund Me page - link below:

 

SMGB Fighting Fund

https://www.gofundme.com/2hcegq4

 

Have a look at the comments sent in by you on the consultation page. It is still open to be viewed at the address below, but you cannot make further comments.

 

http://cheshireeast-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/planning/cs/lpspcv?pointId=1456837586803#section-1456837586803

 

Please get involved by:

 

- Tell your friends and relatives

- Speak to or write to your MP and/or councillor. Find out who your local councillor is and how to contact them here: http://moderngov.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ecminutes/mgFindCouncillor.aspx

- Get more involved! Attend public meetings, spread the word, join us and help.

 

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