The Annual meeting of the Malpas Parish Council will take place on the 24th May 2016, the council Chairman John Webb is urging residents to attend the event which starts at 7pm in the Jubilee Hall.
This year the event will host representatives from the borough council 'Cheshire West and Chester,' who have been asked to explain how they intend to deal with the lack of infrastructure in the village. The parish is seeing a huge growth in housing and the impact on local schools, the GP's and traffic is clearly evident, with building work ongoing for the next few years residents are increasingly concerned that a lack of infrastructure is causing chaos in the village.
The Parish Council is keen for residents to express their views and hope many residents will attend this meeting. So come along and air your views on the problems currently facing the village, to those who hopefully can provide the resources to improve life for us all.
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