Bristol Local Plan – Bristol Central Area Plan
As part of the Bristol Local Plan, Bristol City Council proposes to submit the Bristol Central Area Plan to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government for independent examination. Before submitting the document the council is required to publish the document and invite the public to make representations on its ‘soundness’ and legal compliance.
Title of Document: Bristol Local Plan – Bristol Central Area Plan
Subject matter and area covered by the document: The Bristol Central Area Plan contains detailed development management policies, allocations for the development of sites, and designations to safeguard land for specific uses. It covers the central part of administrative area of Bristol City Council incorporating parts of the following wards: Ashley,
Cabot, Clifton, Clifton East, Lawrence Hill, Southville and Windmill Hill.
Period for representations to be made:
The representations period runs for 7 weeks from
Friday 28th February 2014 to Thursday 17th April 2014.
The address to which representations should be sent:
By email: email@example.com
By post to: Strategic Planning, Bristol City Council, Brunel House, St George’s Road, Bristol
Please note the following:
1. Representations may be made in writing or by way of electronic communications.
2. Representations may be accompanied by a request to be notified at a specified address of any of the following:
a. that the Bristol Central Area Plan has been submitted for examination;
b. the publication of the recommendations of any person appointed to carry out an independent examination of the Bristol Central Area Plan;
c. the adoption of the Bristol Central Area Plan.
Arrangements for inspection of documents:
For the purposes of Regulation 19(b), the Bristol Central Area Plan and other proposed submission documents are available for inspection at City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR (Mon-Fri 7am-7pm).
They are also available to view on the council’s website: www.bristol.gov.uk/centralarea and at all Bristol City Council public libraries during their normal opening hours.