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New Purn Way Application

Posted on 11th January, 2019


Purn Way 16 Houses


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UPDATE 14 JAN 19 Bleadon Parish Council Min 318.7

"18/P/5035/OUT - Land Off Purn Way. Proposed erection of 16no. dwellings.

Cllrs Williams and Sheppard visited the site. The site is between the settlement boundary and the allotment gardens. The density appeared to be appropriate for the site and should include affordable units. Bearing in mind that the village has limited options for sites for growth, the application was recommended for approval.


Councillors noted that BPC objected to the previous application and it was suggested that BPC should do so again to be consistent, using the same comments because the application did not address those original concerns. It was noted that NSC has approved applications outside settlement boundaries. Concerns were raised regarding ecology protection, traffic and flooding. It was AGREED to object to the application (3 votes for object, 2 votes for neutral).


Standing Orders suspended: Cllr Porter advised that objections needed to cite planning reasons rather than simply dislike of the application. Standing Orders resumed."


A new "Outline application for the proposed erection of 16no. dwellings with matters of appearance, landscaping and scale reserved for subsequent approval", outside the Settlement Boundary.


Comments deadline is 14 Jan 2019. Here is the link to the application 18/P/5035/OUT on North Somerset Council Planning website.


If you prefer to post your comments then the postal address is:  

North Somerset Council

Development Management

Post Point 15

Town Hall


BS23 1UJ 

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Link to previous application.


08 JAN 19 Bleadon Acting Together (BAT) sumbitted a commissioned independent Ecology Report to NSC.

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This is ridiculous apart from ruining countryside there are no facilities or public transport available to support this!