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.

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.

GCCC have applied for a new licence for the Cricket Ground covering sales of alcohol and the provision of live/recorded music, dance and ‘similar entertainment’.  Deadline for responding to the Council about this is Friday 12th July! 

To Bristol City Council Planning Department:
Application No 13/02339/F – 18 Gloucester Road - change of use of ground floor from retail Class A1 to Cafe/Restaurant A3 in conjunction with adjacent premises – The Blue Lagoon, 20 Gloucester Road

BISHOP ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL - PRE APPLICATION CONSULTATION
The Bishopston Society has heard from some of our members about the proposal to extend the school further. Though we understand the pressure for providing more primary school places in Bishopston, we share the concern of local residents, we would like to offer some suggestions, prior to the formal application.

The website editor, writing to his local MP, Stephen Williams, about his concern over the new 'lax' regulations relating to house extensions has now received the following reply:

The following letter has been sent by our secretary to Bristol City Council Planning Department:

The reply from the Government to the Bishopston Society's request that the Sainsbury's planning application be 'called in' reads as follows:

To the National Planning Casework Unit: PROPOSED SUPERMARKET ON MEMORIAL STADIUM 12/02090

The Bishopston Society are concerned at the decision by the Planning Committee to grant permission for the new supermarket and would recommend that it is ‘called in’ by the Secretary of State for review prior to a final decision being made.

This is a copy of the Bishopston Society's letter to the Planning department:

The recent period has been relatively quiet on the planning front with few significant applications.

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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