From time to time  we hear of Planning applications to BCC that are of local interest.

They will be posted here, and deleted when the consultation period has passed.

Sometimes we even get to hear what the results are - in which case they will also be posted.

Supporting the Sustainable Communities Act.  Stephen Williams April 5th 2012 newsletter:
You can read more about the issue here: http://bit.ly/wdF0cp

 

 

 

 

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Comment by Fo SAP on November 10, 2011 at 18:38
The proposed waiting restrictions on Ashley Down Road will be publically advertised 
from Wednesday 26th October until Thursday 17th November.
This is an integral part of the highways improvement scheme on Ashley Down Road which was constructed
earlier this year and the design of which you were consulted on at the end of last year.
Notices will be erected on Lamp Columns on all the affected streets and will appear
in the Evening Post. (All information is included on the notice we received, but there is no on-line link.
Let me know if you want a copy which includes where to view the maps that detail the exact location and
extent of the proposed waiting restrictions.)
We apologise for the delay between the completion
of the scheme's construction in August and the advertisement of these proposed
waiting restrictions. Please use the contact information given on the notice for all
further correspondence. Kind regards, Highway and Traffic Services
Comment by Fo SAP on November 10, 2011 at 18:28

81 Sommerville Road . Nursery

Application No. 11/02788/F
Date Received 7 July 2011
Date of Decision 26 September 2011
Proposal Change of Use of existing dwelling (Use Class C3) to a day care nursery (Use Class D1) for up to 41 children of pre-school age, with associated external alterations, cycle and refuse storage.
Applicant Mrs S. Henderson
Decision Level
Case Officer Angelo Calabrese
Decision Application Withdrawn

Comment by David Parkes on August 18, 2011 at 15:18
Please be aware that a new planning application by the Gloucester County Cricket Club (11/02609/F) includes enabling development in the form of a block of 150 residential flats of 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms.  As there is no amenity space included, St Andrew's Park has been cited as a suitable space to which residents could travel.  As they would have to walk at least 850 metres some residents could be tempted to drive.  Based on previous experience the Planning Committee could well bend to the club's desires, shoe-horning more people into Bishopston and adding to overcrowding in St Andrew's Park.  I have sent an objection and hope many others will too.

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