36 CRICKLADE ROAD
The Bishopston Society considers that this application to enlarge the roofspace will have the effect of making this property stand head and shoulders above its lower neighbours.  We recommend refusal.

14 KERSTEMAN ROAD  
The Bishopston Society is extremely concerned about this application for a roof extension.

ADVERTISING HOARDING,  ASHLEY HEIGHTS,  ASHLEY DOWN ROAD   13/01830/A  The Bishopston Society has considered this retrospective application.

16/10/13

11, ASH ROAD   
The Bishopston Society is concerned about this application to extend a roofspace to a house with a hipped roof which has already been converted.

LAND TO REAR OF 73 SOMMERVILLE ROAD  
The Bishopston Society has reviewed this application and would like to make the following comments:

7 MERVYN ROAD      
The Bishopston Society is extremely concerned about the design of the large proposed dormer window to the rear of this property.

9 ASHLEY DOWN ROAD    

The Bishopston Society has reviewed this application and would like to make the following comments:

Dear Ms Leigh,
20A MAPLE ROAD- 13/02792/F
The Bishopston Society has made an assessment of this application and would like to object on the following grounds:

Responding to the news in The Sunday Times (4 August) that Government is considering relaxing planning restrictions to allow empty retail units to be turned into housing, Paula Ridley, Chair of Civic Voice said:                            

Site address:
Ground Floor, 18 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8AE.
Description of development:
Change of use of ground floor from retail Class A1 to Cafe/Restaurant A3 use in conjunction with the adjacent premises, The Blue Lagoon, 20 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, BS7 8AE.

 

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