SORRY! PLANNING PORTAL OUT OF ACTION: We are sorry to have to announce that The Bishopston Planning Portal is currently out of action. For technical reasons beyond our control, much of the information gathered via the portal is not currently being updated automatically, and therefore the portal does not currently provide a reliable indication of the details or status of planning applications. You may still view it, but beware of misleading results please. We are working to develop a fix for this problem. Bristol City Council's online planning database at https://planningonline.bristol.gov.uk/ remains the definitive source of information.

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.

BarTaps

A licensing application has been made for sales up to 4 o'clock in the morning, within the Cumulative Impact Area.

The Bishopston Society is requesting refusal  :

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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.

The City Council have provided some advice for residents wishing to object to a licensing application.

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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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3 TYNE ROAD 14/05476/F

Following the minor revisions to the application of 2 March, we have updated our comments as below :

BarTapsThe Licensing Committee has rejected an application from Boston Tea Party to extend its hours, and to sell drinks without food.
Particular store was set by objections from local residents concerned by existing noise levels, and worried by the prospect of anti-social behaviour.

Worryingly though, the Committee still does not appear to understand its own policy  -  the Cumulative Impact Area.

wetherspoonsFollowing the withdrawal of their previous application, Wetherspoon have submitted a new application to turn 349-353 Gloucester Road into a pub.

 The details can be seen here.

You can make a public comment on this application on the Council's website here.

Application ref number  :  14/05393/PREM

The application is for the sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday between the hours of 10:00 and 22:30.

 The Bishopston Society had objected to the application on the grounds that the premises are within the Cumulative Impact Area (CIA), but following the withdrawal of the Environmental Officer's objection, our objection has also been withdrawn.

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28 RADNOR ROAD 14/05616/F

We are writing with further comments following the late issue of revised design proposals.

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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