reminder the quarterly meeting is at the Unitarian Church on Brunswick Square nextTuesday January 12th from 5.30 pm.
We start with a presentation and discussion on Student Residential development particularly in the city centre, looking at why this is currently the most prevalent form of development.
At 6 pm Zoe Willcox will be setting out the ways in which the Joint Spatial Plan could affect Bristol development and transport.
Following this there will be an opportunity to discuss how BCS and NPN groups might best respond to this consultation, which closes on January 29th 2016.
Free parking is available round the square from 6pm, and public transport connections to Cabot Circus/Broadmead shopping centre are nearby.
Design Council event-
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COMMUNITY LED DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP AND STUDY TOUR
Event venue: The Community Centre, Rear of Eden Grove Methodist Church, Eden Grove, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0PQ
28 January 2016
9.45 am to 4pm
Cost: free to resident and community group representatives, local authorities and housing associations. Lunch is provided.
This event will be of interest to:
- residents and tenants interested in taking forward housing projects themselves, or getting involved in future development happening nearby;
- representatives from housing associations and local authorities interested in how their tenants can become genuinely engaged in the design process for new build homes.
Design Council workshop invitation book here
Consultation by Bristol City Council:
Bristol’s Local Enforcement Plan: We are currently consulting on a Local Enforcement Plan to update our current Planning Enforcement Procedure Guidance Note June 2008.
The revised document takes account of changes in Government Legislation and Guidance and specifically responds to best practice advice on planning enforcement contained in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and the Planning Practice Guidance.
The Plan sets out the City Council’s priorities for investigation of alleged breaches of planning, explains what will be investigated and what will not.
It outlines the Council’s general discretionary powers with regard to planning enforcement and sets out the priorities for responses to complaints and the timescales for response by planning enforcement officers, along with explaining the assessments and considerations that are undertaken and actions and outcomes that may result following a report of an alleged breach of planning control.
It also explains our process of pro-active planning compliance monitoring.
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