5 September 2011 NPN Email Newsletter
Two discussion topics have been suggested.
Alternatively, would you prefer to wait to discuss these (or other) topics until 22 November
- the date of the next bi monthly meeting - when there will also be a presentation on the new Community Infrastructure Levy which replaces much of the existing Section 106 developer contribution.
I need to make sure that there is enough support for a meeting in September to go ahead with it, so if you want to attend, please let me know asap and before the end of Sunday
I will confirm next Monday whether the meeting is going ahead or not.
Thank you to everyone who sent comments and support for NPN and Healthy City response.
Bristol City Council also responded to the review supporting the new use class for supermarkets.
We also contacted NORA (National Organisation of Residents Associations) to ask them to consider including the proposal for the new use class for larger shops.
Their response is available here.
Apologies for the incorrect address I put in the last email asking for responses,
the address should have been email@example.com
Thanks to those who persisted and tried again using another contact address!
See link on NPN website for details.
Transport for Greater Bristol Alliance, a group of local transport and environmental groups are running a postcard campaign against the new South Bristol Link Road and BRT.
The postcard and 4 page briefing is at www.tfgb.org.uk