NPN bi monthly meeting
Meeting with Planning Officers
5.30 to 7.00 pm
Brunel House reception area
The agenda items are expected to be
- Planning Appeals: including what happens when a planning committee goes against officer recommendation to approve an application
- ‘Mixed and Balanced communities‘ how groups and planning officers can work towards ensuring development does not lead to an excess of eg one bed flats in a neighbourhood. Work has been done to map some of the types of development in Bristol to provide evidence for planning application responses eg HMOs. This will be presented and discussions about other types of development and areas that need evidential work done identified.
- CIL Bristol City Council will be consulting on the CIL charging schedule and revised planning obligations SPD with the aim of adopting them in Autumn 2012. Some of the areas covered will be what level of the levy will be devolved to the local community to allocate through the Neighbourhood Partnership organisation, and whether the CIL will be allocated to a particular department eg Parks, Highways, Education or put into a central pot where all departments would bid for allocation.
Please can you let me know if you intend to come to this meeting?
Future Dates for Meetings with Planning Officers
The following dates have been confirmed for 2012.
We have agreed that meetings are now scheduled every 3 months instead of every 2.
However, if anything comes up that the Network groups would like to discuss urgently, additional meetings can be set up.
Thursday 19 January 5.30 – 7.00 pm
Thursday 19 April 5.30 – 7.00 pm
Thursday 19 July 5.30 – 7.00 pm
Tuesday 23 October 5.30 – 7.00 pm
At the first meeting in January 2012, we propose to look at the different ways in which communities can get involved in thinking about development in their area under current and emerging legislation eg
- Neighbourhood Development Plans
- Character Appraisals
- Site Briefs
- Concept Statements
This will also include feedback about the three ‘front runner’ schemes under the Localism Bill,
Planning Online – BCC online planning application system
Some changes have been made to the way that Planning Online now works.
- You no longer have to register to comment
- Comments made on line or in emails to development management are displayed on the documents page
- You will still need to register to set up tracking or email alerts
We have been asked for feedback on the system – could you
please let me know how your group is getting on with the new system by answering the following questions?
- Are all the NPN groups signed up and getting email alerts?
- What do people think about the publishing of comments (ie either individual comments and/or groups comments) online, note names and addresses are now published online though not email addresses, any comments on this?
- How is the scanning going, eg time to publish and indexing?
Feedback on particular cases please.
- Any thoughts on what could be improved?
Could someone from each group respond, please?
Site Allocations and Development Management Principles;
Central Area Action Plan
The current programme for the Bristol Development Framework consultation programme has been put onto the NPN website.
The Site Allocations programme has been delayed by the political decision on which, if any, of the Green Spaces should be allocated for development. A decision on how this is going to go forward is anticipated before Christmas which should allow the Site Allocations programme to start up again inJanuary.
Bristol Civic Society Planning Applications Group
BCS PAG is currently considering their responses to the following cases.
If your group has any comments that you would like BCS PAG to take into account
can you please contact the following asap
and John Payne
|11/03512/LA||10 & 11 Dowry Square||Retrospective application re chimney|
|11/03707/A||65 Baldwin Street||Signs|
|11/03766/A||Fitness Centre, 48-56 Queens Road||Signs|
|11/03827/Z||229 Avonmouth Road, Avonmouth||Enforcement notice appeal against a 2-storey ext.|
|11/03836/F||Access Road Playing Fields Bonnington Walk||Construction of a new 3m wide shared-use path|
|11/03851/A||Pizza Express, 31 Berkeley Square||Signs, menu boxes & rondel|
|11/03858/F||Bannatyne’s, 80 Redland Road||14 Additional car-parking spaces|
|11/03868/F||22-30 Jamaica Street, Cabot||Installation of 9 solar panels|
|11/03881/CP||130 Church Road, Bishopsworth||Certificate of lawfulness – work in loft etc.|
|11/03929/F||Railway Sidings at N End of Pioneer Park||Change of use of railway siding to car park.|
|11/03944/F||67-69 Queens Road||C/u & new shop fronts & awnings|
|11/04023/X||20 Gloucester Road, Bishopston||Variation of condition – c/u – beverages on forecourt|
|11/04027/F||All Saints Church All Saints Lane||Reinstatement of wrought iron railings to forecourt area|
|11/04035/F||Lanercost Wigton Crescent Bristol BS10||Installation of 129 No Solar Panels on two roofs|
|11/04047/R||The Memorial Stadium Filton Avenue||Extension of time for planning permission 08/00061/F|
|11/04069/A||The George And Railway, Victoria Street||Open weave mesh display situated upon scaffold.|
|11/04085/H||21 All Saints Road, Bristol BS8 2JL||Provision of entrance doors and steps to rear|
|11/04099/COND||Upper Maudlin Street Bristol||Extensions to rear and to roof|
Who’s Who in Development Services
The updated list of Development Services officers is attached
click on attachment below