GCCClightsAVRThe date has been set for the meeting of the Development Control Committee, to consider Gloucester County Cricket Club's application for 45 metre tall permanent floodlights.

In the absence of such information from GCCC themselves, a local resident with planning and urban design qualifications and experience has produced Accurate Visual Representations (AVRs) of the planned floodlights from the local area.

The details of the committee meeting are as follows  :

 Notification of committee date  -  Application No.14/05030/F

Proposals: Proposed installation of 6 no. 45m tall permanent floodlights.

Site Address:  Gloucestershire County Cricket Club  Nevil Road Bristol BS7 9EJ

I am writing to let you know that the application above will be considered by the Development Control Committee B at its meeting on Wednesday 4 February 2015.  The meeting will take place in a room in City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR starting at 5.30pm, although it is not possible to say when the case will be considered.

This committee may be webcast.  Please go to the City Council website to find out more.

From the Wednesday before the committee date, a copy of the officer’s report and recommendation can be viewed with the planning application documents (or the City Council planningonline ).

Whilst this report will have a recommendation to either grant or refuse permission, it is important to note that this recommendation does not mean that the decision has already been taken, as the decision now rests entirely with the elected members.

There is no need to write a further letter on this, unless you have additional points to make.  You have a right to attend the meeting, and you are able to make a statement to the committee, subject to advance notice being received.  Further information on making a statement is contained in the leaflet titled “Having your say at Bristol City Council's Development Control Committees”.  Please note that the statement should be sent to the Democratic Services Team by 12 noon on the day before the committee meeting and not the case officer.

To find out what happened at the committee meeting, you could telephone us from mid-day on the day following the meeting or you may view the application summary.

 

 

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