Thirlmere Court green space – proposed planting

 

Planting and maintenance dates and times: COMPLETED

Description 

Orchard planting in the large green space to the east of Thirlmere Court, West Heath. The green space is owned by Cheshire East Council and managed by Congleton Town Council. Both support tree and hedge planting to help reduce the effects of climate change and biodiversity loss.

 

Consultation results

‘I like it’ (supportive):  11

‘I don’t like it’ (against):  15

‘I like it, but…’ (asking for some changes):  0

 

Opinions on the proposals were very polarised but there was a majority against the planting of a hedge on the western boundary. There were no objections to the fruit tree planting, and there may be some support for other tree planting (e.g. to commemorate the forthcoming Coronation).

Revised Plan

Would you like to be a friend of Thirlmere Court?

We would love local residents to become ‘friends’ of the trees and plants planted in the area, a ‘friend’ would keep an eye on the site and report any damage or problems, or indeed how the plants are flourishing! Please fill in the form below with your contact details and a member of the team will be in touch.

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Previous layout (superseded by the new plan above)

Thirlmere Court Congleton

If you would prefer you can post your feedback to Congleton Partnership, Congleton Town Hall, High Street, Congleton, CW12 1BN, or leave a comment on the Trees for Congleton Facebook page.

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