This section provides a commentary on planning applications and developments and the work we do in this area. From June 2018 it relies on links to our new planning portal for details of specific applications, and complements this by offering a broader thematic treatment. Also from June 2018, this section covers individual planning applications and wider developments, which were previously presented in separate sections.

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.

New Church Jan 8th 2014 2 - Copy

Plans to convert the chapel on Cranbrook Road in Bishopston have been approved by Bristol City Council. The Victorian building will now be converted into 2 family houses and 3 flats.

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The Bishopston Society is extremely concerned about the proposals to extend the roofspace of this property at 94, Berkeley Road and the consequent detrimental effect on the local streetscene (Planning application ref:15/03572/H)

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The Bishopston Society is extremely concerned about this application for a large and ungainly roof extension at 1 BERKSHIRE ROAD   (Planning application ref:15/03359/CP)

bristolrovers aerial2Bristol Rovers have confirmed that they will be appealing against a High Court ruling that will enable Sainsbury's to pull out of the Memorial Ground development.

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13 CLARE AVENUE - 15/01118/H

Following further revisions to the original design, the Bishopston Society's latest response is as follows  :

 

We are writing further to our earlier comments on the latest/revised design for this 2 storey side extension.

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48 SHADWELL ROAD 15/01120/H

The Bishopston Society is very concerned that this proposal for a whole additional floor to be provided within a large flat roof dormer would be detrimental to the appearance of the house and the street as a whole.

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3 CLAREMONT ROAD-15/00421/F

This is the proposed conversion of a 6 bed house into an HMO for 7/8 persons.

 

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