Please follow the link below to read a letter from the new Chairman of the Parish Council to all Parishioners
Please follow the link CouncilChapelHillChorlton25.9.20 SIGNED-1 for the sealed order for temporary appointments to Chapel and Hill Chorlton Parish Council as designated in section 91 of the Local Government Act 1972.
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You may be aware that the Borough Council has a Register of Locally Important Buildings and Structures and reviews the list every 2 years.
The Council would like to now invite nominations for consideration of this year’s review. Please visit
You will need to apply for a building to be considered online and the form can be found on the local register page – see above link. If
you have one, please give as much information as possible so your nomination can be properly considered against the criteria. Buildings
should be historic, authentic, have some architectural merit and have value to the local community.
The Borough hope to review the nominations early October with a view to Planning Committee considering the revised list for publication by the
end of the year.
Please follow the link for the notice for a vacancy for a Parish Councillor.
The Parish Council is supporting the formation of a Community Speed Watch to try and reduce speed on various parts of the A51.
Please follow the link for the leaflet explaining more about this County Wide scheme Leaflet V1-1
If you are interested in taking part please complete the application form and send it to Michelle Shaker-the details are at the bottom of the application form.
Please note that the length of road from A51 Stone Road to Clayalders Bank in Maer is expected to be closed to vehicles from 16th-18th June.
There will be a diversion via Haddon Lane, Stableford Bank A51 Stone Road and vice versa.
Please follow the link below for further information.
The proposed development is on the land north of the A51, south of Chorlton Mill and west of the railway line. The project is contrary to the policies of the Neighbourhood Plan and the Parish Council will shortly be submitting an objection to the Planning Department.
The Parish Council has been working with the steering group of the Neighbourhood Plan and if you wish to object to this application please follow the link to the document below outlining on how best to make your views known.
In addition to essential workers, anyone in Staffordshire who is showing symptoms of coronavirus and is aged over 65 years or who has to leave home to go to work can now request a test to confirm whether they have the virus or not.
Follow the link below for further information and to book a test.
A new initiative introduced by the Post Office is being rolled out to banks. Anyone who cannot leave home may be able to ask a trusted friend or volunteer to withdraw cash at any Post Office using a single-use voucher. The Post Office scheme is being extended and offered to all banks, building societies and credit unions. If the bank allows it, someone can ask for a one-time barcode sent via text, email or post for a stipulated amount. A trusted friend or volunteer can exchange the voucher for the cash requested. Previously, only a named individual, such as a carer, could collect cash in this way on someone’s behalf. Now any trusted neighbour or volunteer can do so.
The idea of the Payout Now scheme is to allow people who are shielded or self-isolating, mainly elderly, to maintain access to cash without having to hand over a debit card and Pin to somebody else.
For more details please see BBC News and the Post Office website: