- Bi Monthly meeting with Planning officers:
- Sainsbury’s planning application: news
- Climate Change in the Suburbs: How should we adapt our residential neighbourhoods?
- Bristol Civic Society: Planning Applications Group Agenda – 8 November
- Planning Register Extract for 8 November 2010
- BCC revised validation criteria for planning applications
- A Clean Local Environment: How we plan for it
Bi Monthly meeting with Planning officers:
The following items have been suggested for this meeting:
- The Service Review: report on proposals for staff reductions
- Protecting retail use: Primary and Secondary retail frontages are designated – should there be another level of protection? Possibly through Development Management policies?
- The new public access planning applications programme: including the proposal to post all correspondence/ response documents online
The meeting is on
Tuesday 23 November,
at Brunel House reception area,
5.30 to 7.30 pm
If you have any other items for the agenda or comments
please let me know asap firstname.lastname@example.org
It would also be very useful if you could let me know if you intend to come to this meeting.
Sainsbury’s planning application: news
Sainsbury’s has submitted a revised application [10/04777/P] to construct a new building on the site of the Football Stadium, following the refusal of the previous application.
The Bristol Civic Society (BCS) would like to hear from any groups that will be responding to this application, so that they can take account of the community’s views in making their response.
Contact John Frenkel, BCS Convenor of Major Sites Group
Climate Change in the Suburbs: How should we adapt our residential neighbourhoods?
A talk given by Professor Katie Williams UWE.
This talk is at the
Friends Meeting House, Hampton Road, Redland BS6.
It is open to all:
Bristol Civic Society (BCS) members free, NPN members £2.
See the Bristol Civic Society website for more details.
Bristol Civic Society: Planning Applications Group Agenda – 8 November
If you have any points you wish to raise on any of the applications
please send an email by 5pm on the day of the meeting
to Gordon Tucker email@example.com
and John Payne firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning Register Extract for 8 November 2010
|10/03623/F||1&2 Wilson Street, BS2||12 residential units;some rebuild|
|04649/F||10 Surrey St, BS2 8PS||Replace existing roof with mansard, creating flat in roofspace|
|04601/F||142 Bedminster Down Road, BS13 7AF||Dem of existing house, erect|
|04163/A||Various locations, BS2 9AB||Installation of Cabot Circus|
|04616/H||25A Alma Road, BS8 2BZ||Dem of existing extension and garage; new extension and detached 2-storey annexe|
|04609/F||134 Manor Rd, F’ponds BS16 2ER||Construction of 6no. houses; retain existing property|
|03865/F||Byways, Grove Road, BS9 2RQ||Dem of bungalow; construct 2no two-storey houses|
|04148/F||54-56 Brigstocke Rd, BS2 8TY||Construct 4-storey building comprising 12 apartments|
|03865/F||43 Queen Square, BS1 4QR||Replacement of 6 existing condensing units with 9 units|
|04289F||1 Clifton Wood Court, BS8 4UL||Replace all windows with UPVC double glazed units|
|04196/F||23 New Street, BS2 9DX||Part dem. of existing building and construction of 3-storeyextension comprising 12 flats|
|04353/F||9-11 Horton Street, BS2 0LA||Conversion to 7 flats, with construction of further storey|
|02152/F||29-31 St Paul’s Rd, BS8 1LX||Proposed disabled parking spaces etc|
|04490/LC||15 Ashgrove Road, BS6 6NA||Dem of garage. Construct 2-storey building – 2no. 2bed flats|
|04506/X||220 North Street, BS3 1JD||Variation of condition. To extend opening hours|
BCC revised validation criteria for planning applications
Bristol City Council is consulting on the revised validation criteria for planning applications.
The requirement to submit a Community Involvement Statement [CIS] for major and supermajor applications is unchanged.
and contact email@example.com
to respond to the consultation.
A Clean Local Environment: How we plan for it
See NPN website News www.bristolnpn.net for information about the
Environmental Law Foundation event on
12 November 2010