Proposed Stopping Up of Highway at Cheshire Cheese Public House

Details of a draft order that would reduce the width of the pavement outside the Cheshire Cheese public house.

Stopping up means permanent removal of highway rights over the area of the stopping up as shown on the plan. It means that the general public will no longer have any rights to walk on that area.

You can download the draft documentation from the links below.





The Secretary of State gives notice of the proposal to make an Order under section 247 of the above Act to authorise the stopping up of two part-widths of Main Street, adjacent to The Cheshire Cheese public house site, at Frodsham in Cheshire West and Chester.

If made, the Order would authorise the stopping up only to enable development as permitted by Cheshire West and Chester Council under reference 19/04085/FUL.

Copies of the draft Order and relevant plan may be obtained, free of charge, from the address stated below (quoting NATTRAN/NW/S247/4434) In the 28 days commencing on 26 November 2020. They will also be available for inspection during normal opening hours at Frodsham Council, Castle Park, Frodsham WA6 6SB during those 28 days.

Any person may object to the making of the proposed order by stating their reasons in writing to the Secretary of State at or National Transport Casework Team, Tyneside House, Skinnerburn Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7AR, quoting the above reference. Objections should be received by midnight on 24 December 2020. Any person submitting any correspondence is advised that your personal data and correspondence will be passed to the applicant/agent to be considered. If you do not wish your personal data to be forwarded, please state your reasons when submitting your correspondence.

S Zamenzadeh, Casework Manager

Plan showing hatched area of footpath adjacent to the Cheshire Cheese public house that is the subject of this proposed Stopping Up Order.