The Parish Council will be discussing the proposals by McCarthy Stone to build a retirement complex on Old Hall Street at their meeting on Monday evening. The planning application is for 27 one and two bedroom apartments all of which are to be available on the open market.
The proposals so far have attracted mixed reviews from residents and the application will now be assessed by the Parish Council who will take account of the policies contained in the Neighbourhood Plan.
The Parish Council meeting which is at 7pm in the Jubilee Hall, on Monday 13th June is open to residents and there is an opportunity for residents to speak at the meeting.
McCarthy Stone representative Ian Wilkins, regional managing director at McCarthy and Stone (North West Region), said: "We are delighted with the local response to our proposals for Malpas.
"We have, at all stages, included residents, the parish council, local businesses, and community groups in the consultation process and I think the final designs we have brought forward are a testament to this.
"Many local people have told us that there is a need for specialist retirement living accommodation in Malpas and we hope that planning officers and members of the council's planning committee will take these views into account when making their final decision."
You can view the plans at www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk using the application number: 16/02002/FUL.
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