Photo of the Gipsy Patch Lane railway bridge (looking westwards).

Planning committee inspects railway bridge site

A South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) site inspection meeting was held on 4th May in connection with the planning application for the replacement of the old railway bridge on Gipsy Patch Lane in Little Stoke. This application is one of four currently being considered for the proposed Cribbs Patchway MetroBus Extension (CPME) scheme, which will provide a direct express bus link

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Artist's impression of part of Crest Nicholson's proposed development at East of Harry Stoke.

Planning applications lodged to build 1,600 new homes between Stoke Gifford and Hambrook

Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has submitted two planning applications to build a total of more than 1,600 new homes on open countryside to the south of Bradley Stoke. The East of Harry Stoke New Neighbourhood site is allocated for development within South Gloucestershire Council’s adopted Core Strategy and consequently now sits outside the Green Belt. The application on land north of

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Proposed extension of Little Stoke Community Hall .

Planning application submitted for extension of Little Stoke Community Hall

Stoke Gifford Parish Council has submitted a planning application to extend and enhance the existing community hall within Little Stoke Park. The proposals will provide new sports changing facilities, an ancillary café, an enlarged office for council staff and a larger meeting room. The retained elements will be refurbished and a new bin store and external store will be formed

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Map presented as part a community consultation on plans for Crest Nicholson's proposed development at East of Harry Stoke.

Residents invited to discuss plans for 1,640 new homes at East of Harry Stoke

Housebuilder Crest Nicholson is to hold public events to consult with local residents on two planning applications that it is preparing for land at East of Harry Stoke (EoHS), a large greenfield site that has been allocated for development within South Gloucestershire’s adopted Core Strategy. The two planning applications will be submitted to the council later this spring to cover the land to the

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