Welcome to our Planning section, revamped May 2018 to coincide with the launch of our new planning portal. A major part of the "core business" of The Bishopston Society concerns the built environment in our area, so this section includes material on our work monitoring local planning applications, wider developments, archiecture, licensing and related matters.

ppgrabThe Bishopston Planning Portal enhances The Bishopston Society's planning work by providing a visual representation of selected current planning applications via an interactive map, and access to a database customised for Bishopston.

loft extensionRecent planning applications we've scrutinised include a crop of ugly conversions that appear to be part of a pattern, more cafés proposed for Gloucester Road, and other proposals.

planningapplicationsApplication Summary
Address: 48 Egerton Road Bristol BS7 8HL
Proposal: Loft conversion including dormer extension and roof alteration

planningapplicationsApplication Summary
Address: 28 & 30 Cranbrook Road Bristol BS6 7BW
Proposal: Works to front and rear roofslopes of each house to facilitate loft conversions.

planningapplicationsApplication Summary. Address: 102 Gloucester Road Bishopston Bristol BS7 8BN
Proposal: Convert shipping container into juice/wrap/sandwich serving bar.

planningapplicationsApplication Summary
Address: 215A Gloucester Road Bishopston Bristol BS7 8NN
Proposal: Extension to flat above ground floor shop.

bristol arenaMany people who care about air quality and congestion in Bristol are concerned that Bristol’s Mayor, Marvin Rees, is having second thoughts about building a Bristol arena at Temple Meads and is considering an alternative location in Filton.

Bristol local plan

The Local Plan Review will look at BCC policies that determine the way that decisions are taken on planning applications in the city. It will include decisions on the areas which can and can't be developed and built on.

New apartmentsPermitted Development is development which is allowed by Government policy to be carried out without planning permission. Following from our recent campaign (see permitted development and our voice reaches Whitehall) to draw attention to the impact of Permitted Development....

gloucsroadconservationareaTen Gloucester Road addresses have just been added to the council's list of 'Unlisted Buildings of Merit'. These are not protected in law, but this newly granted status will nevertheless be taken into account in any future planning applications that might affect them.

NOTE: the articles shown above are merely the most recent 10 in our Planning section. There's lots more as you'll see by clicking through to the sub-sections Commentary, Architecture, Licensing and Policies.
 

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