Land at Harry Stoke planning layout (February 2019, extract)

Councillors and residents await revised plans for 763 homes at Harry Stoke

Local councillors and residents say they still have major concerns over recent amendments to a detailed planning application to build 763 new homes on land east of Harry Stoke Road. Housebuilder Crest Nicholson, which recently acquired the land, held an information session in Stoke Gifford on 5th February, at which visitors were told that further revised plans are due to

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Photo of concerned residents gathered at a field gate near the junction of Westfield Lane and Harry Stoke Road.

Drop-in session to address concerns over revised plans for 763 homes at Harry Stoke

Residents of Harry Stoke have expressed concern over revised plans for a proposed housing development that would see 763 homes constructed on land immediately east of Harry Stoke Road. The greenfield site forms part of a wider area which was designated in South Gloucestershire Council’s Local Plan, adopted in 2006, for the construction of a total of 1,200 homes. Outline

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Map showing Crest Nicholson land north of the railway.

Green light for 327 new homes and primary school on land to the east of Stoke Gifford

House builder Crest Nicholson has been granted planning permission to build a total of 327 new homes, along with a primary school and a nursery, on steeply sloping agricultural land immediately east of Great Stoke Way and the new Stoke Gifford Transport Link (SGTL). The 22-hectare development, which lies north of the main railway line that runs through Bristol Parkway,

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