VIEWS ARE ILL-INFORMED
IN response to the letter ‘Coach Park Plan Anger’ ( November 5), I would like to reassure Cheadle Hulme residents on some of the points made by the writer.
The coach drop-off area, for which planning permission has been granted, will be built on land owned by the school and will reorganise the existing arrangements for coaches bringing in and collecting pupils, which currently impede traffic flow and present significant difficulties to pedestrians and traffic in the area. This will improve traffic congestion in the local area, which has been a growing concern for residents in recent years.
CHS Enterprises Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the school and is the vehicle by which the school makes its facilities available to local community users, as it has for many years.
CHS Enterprises Ltd is not seeking to arrange music festivals and large scale outdoor events, as the letter suggests.
I am sorry that the original letter has promoted such an ill-informed picture of the school’s intentions – the coach drop-off area is not linked to CHS Enterprises Ltd and I hope that this response goes some way to alleviating concerns.
If any local residents wish to contact me directly with any further queries, they can do so at localcommunity@ chschool.co.uk. Sue Kershaw Chief operating officer Cheadle Hulme School