Tackling climate change through local projects is vital. We must work to safeguard the Green Belt and focus housing development on brownfield sites. Air quality issues need to be addressed in Broken Cross and Disley.
To celebrate the Peak District National Park’s 70th anniversary, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, joined Peak District National Park Authority chief executive, Sarah Fowler, to discuss a range of key issues and future priorities.
As we head towards a busy Bank Holiday weekend, landowner United Utilities, alongside Macclesfield’s MP David Rutley, is urging visitors to Macclesfield Forest to respect the land and the local community.
Having had longstanding concerns about planned developments on Chelford Road, Macclesfield, local MP, David Rutley, has joined local campaigners in expressing strong concerns about latest plans that would see the loss of large quantities of peat from the sites.
Local MP, David Rutley, has given his strong support for calls for sites in Bollington, Disley and Prestbury that are currently in the Green Belt to be removed from proposals to allocate them for development in Cheshire East Council’s Site Allocations Development Policies Document (SADPD).
‘The Time is Now’ was the strong message local MP, David Rutley, heard when he met with a group of constituents from Macclesfield, at a mass lobby of Parliament on Wednesday 26th June, which called on Members of Parliament to take urgent action on the natural environment and climate change.
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