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Planning Application

King George V Jubilee Playing Fields Stonewell Drive Congresbury BS49 5DW

DateFri 28 May 2021
Application TypeTree Works
DevelopmentT23 – Horse Chestnut – Crown lift to 2.5m. T24 – Crown lift minor growth to 3m over tarmac. T33 – Small leaved lime – Remove basal epicormics, prune back split limb on west aspect @5m over path to nearest suitable lateral, Prune back growth from adjacent property to clear by 2m, reduce over extended limb on SW aspect by 1.5m, Crown lift to 2.5m. T35 – Red horse chestnut – Remove basal epicormics. T36 – Small leaved lime – Crown lift to 3m over play area.

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Planning Application

The Haven Bristol Road Congresbury BS49 5BG

Date
Tue 27 Apr 2021
Application TypeAmendment to previously approved application 20/P/1715/FUH
DevelopmentTwo storey side extension, garage conversion to annexe & porch (amendment to previously approved application 20/P/1715/FUH, previously approved garage replaced by bay window matching existing house, porch between bays added to front elevation and reduction in number/size of previously approved side windows.)

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Vistry visionaries?

CRAG’s John Mills sends us the action group’s latest thoughts:

“More signs of peripheral activity at the Wrington Lane site, recently transferred from Bovis Homes to Vistry Group.

“A CRAG informant spotted two Bovis men on the field with a clip board and when asked what they were doing replied: “Just having a look.”

“As Bovis has had several years in which the whole company could have visited the site, it is reasonable to think that they were doing more than just having a look. In the absence of concrete information, we are free to speculate.

“Maybe it was a couple of managers saying a fond farewell to the site that had now passed to Vistry? Much more likely, the new owners had discovered The Mound.

“Some objectors had already indicated that to squeeze 50 houses onto the site, developers would have to build on Mansbury Mound, a limestone outcrop that dominates the centre of the site.

“The historical significance of the Mound was referenced on this page several weeks ago, along with a question of how they might remove the outcrop whilst maintaining Vistry Group values of ‘integrity, caring and quality.’

“And in their latest Design Compliance Statement, Vistry states that one of the opportunities of the development is “to retain and enhance existing landscape features……within the site, where possible.“

“With those reassuring words, the good citizens of Congresbury should be able to look forward to Mansbury Mound surviving for another few hundred years . . .”

Planning Application

Land North Of Electricity Substation Off Stock Lane And Iwood Lane Congresbury

DateTue 02 Mar 2021
Application TypeVariation of condition 7 (length of planning permission) attached to planning permission 13/P/2382/F (Solar PV array Park)
DevelopmentApplication to vary condition 7 (length of planning permission) attached to planning permission 13/P/2382/F (Large scale major development for a Solar PV array Park to produce up to 8 megawatts of electricity from ground mounted panels (max 3m high), 1no control building, 8no inverter buildings and to include a maintenance track with access off Stock Lane and Iwood Lane, security fencing and landscaping to preserve disused railway line and footpath crossing the site) to allow a 15 year extension to planning permission from 14/05/39 (25 years from date of planning consent) to 14/05/54 (40 years from date of planning consent)

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