|Address||Former Car Park College Road Clifton Bristol BS8 3HX
|Proposal||Erection of 62 dwellings with associated parking, new vehicular access, and associated infrastructure and landscaping.|
|Neighbour Consultation Expiry||17-10-22|
|Standard Consultation Expiry||31-10-22|
|Decision||GRANTED subject to condition(s)|
|BCC Planning Portal||on Planning Portal|
|Public Comments||Supporters: 33 Objectors: 513 Unstated: 17 Total: 563|
|No. of Page Views||0|
|Comment analysis||Map Date of Submission|
|Nearby Trees||Within 200m|
Recommendation submitted 11-06-21
16/11/22 - The application was granted by DCC A 7 for 1 against.
We have submitted this statement to DCC A for its 16 November 2022 meeting - https://bristoltreeforum.files.wordpress.com/2022/11/btf-2nd-statement-to-planning-committee-a.pdf
|This is a copy of the email sent Development Management on 5 July 2022. We have yet to have a response though we are pleased to see that the earlier comments have now been reactivated.
"Dear Development Management,
Given that this application will now be reconsidered afresh, please advise if the applicant now intends now to submit the biodiversity survey and report (together with a Biodiversity Metric 3.1 Calculation) that is required in order to comply with part three of the under Planning Application Requirements Local List May 2022 (given that it failed to do in its original application) which requires this evidence to be adduced for all developments in or adjacent to:
A Special Area of Conservation - The Avon Gorge and Leigh Woods
A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) - The Avon Gorge and Leigh Woods
Site of Nature Conservation Interest (SNCI) - Clifton and Durdham Downs
A Wildlife Corridor
A Regionally Important Geological Sites (RIGS) - the Avon Gorge
Can you please also ensure that all the 474 public comments previously published on the planning portal are made publicly available again."
The Bristol Tree Forum
14 July 2022.
The grant of permission has been rescinded - On the 14th June 2022 decision of the Local Planning Authority to grant planning permission for the above development was declared unlawful and quashed principally on the grounds that the Report presented to Committee failed to properly consider the level of heritage harm; undertake a planning balance in relation to harm and public benefits; nor set out a clear and convincing justification for the heritage harm in accordance with the guidance in the National Planning Policy Framework that it was purporting to apply.
We are therefore notifying you of this and providing an opportunity to make any additional comments, should you wish. The details of the application have not changed.
We have submitted our objections - HERE