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BRUNEL HOUSE, CITY OF BRISTOL, COLLEGE ROAD, BISHOPSTON, BRISTOL
15/06289/F
Revised proposal for 94no. residential units including a new-build block of 34no. flats.

Further to our earlier comments on the original application, The Bishopston Society would like to register its remaining concerns with the revised application.

Horfield Police station Sommerville Road Bishopston DEc 4th 2012 - Copy

Local historian, David Cemlyn has been researching the history of this unusual and historic building on the corner of North and Sommerville Roads. Its future survival may well be at risk. David's interesting account follows:

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The  Bishopston Society objects to this further planning application from Wetherspoons and the full text of our letter of objection to the Planning Department follows:

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After submissions from TBS (see here) and also from many local residents objecting to this application, the BCC planning department has reached the decision to refuse it. The reasons for their refusal can be seen below.

plnning approvedIf the new Housing and Planning Bill becomes law, the public's right to comment on local Planning Applications may be curtailed and developers may well be enabled to bypass local councils when putting forward planning applications.

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BRUNEL HOUSE, CITY OF BRISTOL, COLLEGE ROAD,  BISHOPSTON,  BRISTOL    15/06289/F

103 residential dwellings including the conversion of Brunel House and new-build block of 40 flats. This proposal marks the final phase of what can only be considered as the unsuccessful regeneration of the listed Muller Homes buildings within the Ashley Down conservation area.

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The Bishopston Society attended the initial consultation event held in the existing building at 65, North Road on 21 October and submitted our comments on behalf of the Society via the developer's consultation set up. The proposals for this development do not appear to have changed in any substantial way since that time.

drapers-armsIt is an extremely rare occurrence for the Bishopston Society to go so far as to actually support an increase in the number of alcohol outlets within the CIA Cumulative Impact Area on the Gloucester Road.  However, we have recently given support......

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Notification of Appeal
Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Planning appeal by Mr Stephen Magill against refusal of a householder application at 94 Berkeley Road Bishopston Bristol BS7 8HG      
Proposal:    Raise roof and side roof extensions.
Appeal reference number:    D/15/3138197
Appeal starting date:    2 December 2015.

Mem ground

The Memorial Stadium has now been granted the status of an Asset of Community Value.

 

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