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Macclesfield Canal conservation area

Macclesfield Canal conservation area

designated June 1975

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Published by Macclesfield Borough Council in Macclesfield .
Written in English


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Statementreport ... prepared by the Local Plans Section, Planning Department, Macclesfield Borough Council.
ContributionsMacclesfield (England). Planning Department.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14390768M

Conservation Area Review. Stockport MBC is currently working on a programme of Conservation Area boundary reviews. The Council is examining the following existing Conservation Areas, which are the subjects of a consultation exercise: Peak Forest Canal. Macclesfield Canal. Canal Holidays on the Coventry Canal & Ashby Canal A cruise down the Coventry canal possibly with a detour onto the ashby canal, makes a great holiday through rural surroundings. The Coventry Canal was once a busy canal serving the many collieries of the Warwickshire coalfields, now landscaped around Nuneaton and Bedworth.

There are various pubs to quench your thirst, The Red Bull Hotel by l The Canal Tavern by bridge , and the Blue Bell canalside at Hardings Wood Junction. It is a very busy interesting canal area, and as you leave it you enter glorious open countryside. The Macclesfield Canal is very shallow so only moor at designated sites. The Runcorn and Weston Canal was a short canal near Runcorn in Cheshire, England, constructed to link the Weston Canal, which is part of the River Weaver Navigation, to the Bridgewater Canal and Runcorn Docks. It was completed in , but was little used. .

The conservation area incorporates at its heart the 3 kilometre-long reservoir, known as Rudyard Lake, sections of the associated canal feeders, the dam wall, spillway, and complex waterworks associated with the canal network. Spacious Open Plan living area with ample space for both Lounge and Dining furniture. Double glazed window and two gas central heated radiators. Two ceiling light points. Kitchen 7'6 x 9'4 (m x m) Range of wood effect wall and base units with laminate worktop. Tiled splash back and tiled flooring.


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Macclesfield Canal Conservation Area This principally includes the canal corridor but also extends through Bollington to provide protection for Clarence Mill and Clarence Terrace, all of the property between the canal and the Middlewood Way as far south as Clough Bank. The Macclesfield Canal runs from Marple in Cheshire to Hall Green, near the northern end of Harecastle Tunnel on the Trent & Mersey Canal - a distance of 26 miles.

The additional miles of the Hall Green Branch that connects the two was built by the Trent & Mersey company, but is also now considered to be part of the Macclesfield.

Macclesfield is a market town and civil parish in Cheshire, town lies on the River Bollin, in the east of the county on the edge of the Cheshire Plain, with Macclesfield Forest to its east.

It is around 16 miles south of Manchester city centre and 38 miles (60 km) to the east of Chester. Before the Norman Conquest, Macclesfield was held by Edwin, Earl of Mercia and was assessed at Country: England.

Report by the Local Commissioner on an investigation into complaint no. /H/80 against Macclesfield Borough Council [re handling of planning application for access roads over farm land] by Commission for Local Administration in England (Book). The canal from Ellesmere Port through Chester and onto Nantwich is now a conservation area ensuring its preservation as a heritage asset in planning law.

Chester Canal Conservation Area is the first conservation area ever to be designated by Cheshire West. The Macclesfield Canal brought trade in Bollington to life, providing for the first time a means of getting raw materials into the town and finished products out in bulk and quickly – only a one day journey to/from also provided the incentive to build the two great mills on its banks, Clarence and Adelphi.

The first sod was cut at Bollington, though we don’t know where, but. Macclesfield is a market town in Cheshire. Understand. Macclesfield is located where the Cheshire plain gives way to the Peak District.

It was first recorded under the name "Maclesfeld" in the Domesday Book of Its name is probably from a local landowner of. West Street Congleton: Conservation Area Appraisal Section 1 Introduction The West Street Conservation Area was designated by Congleton Borough Council in and the boundaries were amended in A Conservation Area as defined by the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act is an “area of special architectural.

Macclesfield: 3 miles (London Euston 1hr 48mins, Manchester from 22 mins), Prestbury: miles, Congleton: 7 miles, Wilmslow: miles, Manchester Airport: 15 miles, City Centre: miles In a glorious setting within the picturesque Macclesfield Canal Conservation Area with views over the canal to the Cow Brook valley, Branches lies amidst.

It is next to the Macclesfield Canal Conservation area adjacent to Green Belt. In its planning design, which includes parking space for cars, Bellway said it wants to create “an attractive neighbourhood not dominated by the car” because of the good transport : Stuart Greer.

Buy The Macclesfield Canal Th /9 Guide by Boddington, Tim (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Tim Boddington. A conservation area is being proposed along the Shropshire Union Canal in Chester and Ellesmere Port.

The suggestion comes from the Chester Canal Heritage Trust in partnership with Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council who are asking for views on the plans along the historic section of the Shropshire Union Canal (formerly known as The Chester Canal). The site lies across the Canal from Puss Banks School which lies within the designated Green Belt and Area of Special Landscape Value, but these designations do not apply to the application site.

The site is however within the Macclesfield Canal Conservation Area, therefore the relevant Local Plan polices are considered to be:. City Centre: miles In a glorious setting within the picturesque Macclesfield Canal Conservation Area with views over the canal to the Cow.

£, 5 bed. Things to do in Macclesfield Macclesfield is bursting with things to see and do. Here you will find stately homes and historic houses, canal boats for hire, glorious gardens, quaint little churches and interesting museums and galleries.

Concerns included environmental implications, road safety and parking issues, added pressure on the area's antiquated Victorian sewers, and the fact that it is in a canal conservation area.

Helen said: "The main objection is that it would be wholly and totally : Macclesfield Express. Plain. Just five miles from Macclesfield, it is one of the eight ancient parishes of the Macclesfield Hundred. Gawsworth’s history goes back to the Doomsday Book, listed as “Gouesurde” and belonging to Earl Hugh of Chester.

The population of Gawsworth was well recorded in the 19th century, and fluctuated between and. In the Macclesfield Borough Council designated the stretch of canal in its area as a conservation area under the County Planning Acts 22 thus securing control over building and preserving for generations to come an important amenity of considerable.

A lock is a device used for raising and lowering boats, ships and other watercraft between stretches of water of different levels on river and canal distinguishing feature of a lock is a fixed chamber in which the water level can be varied; whereas in a caisson lock, a boat lift, or on a canal inclined plane, it is the chamber itself (usually then called a caisson) that rises and.

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See property details on Zoopla or browse all our range of properties in Leek Road, Gawsworth, Macclesfield, Cheshire SKCheshire in the Domesday Book () is recorded as a much larger county than it is today. It included two hundreds, Atiscross and Exestan, that later became part of North the time of the Domesday Book, it also included as part of Duddestan Hundred the area of land later known as English Maelor (which used to be a detached part of Flintshire) in y: England.