The Parish Council does not have any powers in relation to decisions on planning applications. It is consulted on all applications relating to land and property within the Cronton Village boundary and major developments within Knowsley close to the village border.
In addition, the council is consulted by neighbouring local authorities such as Halton and St Helens on any developments which may impact on Cronton Village.
The Parish Council has a very clear policy on any inappropriate development within the green belt and will vigorously oppose such developments.
On this page you will be able to access Parish Council comments on all planning application consultations.
Please follow this link to the Knowsley Council Planning Application Portal where you can view details of planning applications within Knowsley.
Parish Council Consultation Comments
Country Park Comments Meeting 20/00578/FUL 14/12/20 Country Park Comments
Side Extension and New Dormers 20/00646/FUL Meeting 14/12/20 13 Smithy Close
17.05.21 Cycle Route Update
Leaflet Distributed to Village Regarding Taylor Wimpey Chapel Lane Development
Cronton Parish Council has distributed a leaflet summarising its objections to Taylor Wimpey’s proposed development to build 350 properties (potentially 432 in total with a second phase) on the farmland between Queensbury Way and Sandy Lane and Chapel Lane including a proposed new junction to be situated at the blind bends on Chapel Lane. For more details of how you can object and our objections please see the document below:
Outline Planning Application Submitted to Halton Borough Council by Taylor Wimpey 14th June 2023
Taylor Wimpey Housing Development For Chapel Lane - Vehemently Opposed by Parish Council
Please see the documents below for details of Taylor Wimpey's proposals
Proposed Taylor Wimpey Development Update - Chapel Lane
The Parish Council and one of our Ward councillors have met with Taylor Wimpey twice over the last two weeks, to register our opposition to the proposed development off Chapel Lane. We have also discussed the development with the current head of planning of Knowsley Borough council and are meeting with his successor later this month. We would encourage everyone to register their opinion on firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday 17th October. We are intending to produce a petition opposing the development when the outline planning is submitted.