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Current Development Applications

in and around Bleadon

(NSC Planning System)

 

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Map of Major Developments in and around Bleadon 

The table below highlights a number of key applications in and around Bleadon. Select the individual application number for more information and links to comment on the application to North Somerset.

 

 

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Development Application

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Deadline for Comment*

Appeal - 17/P/5545/OUT

 

Land Off Bleadon Road

Outline planning permission for the erection of up to 200 dwellings, a Health Centre, a Doctors Surgery, retail outlets and office/employment space with all matters reserved for subsequent approval

Appeal - 17/P/1484/F

 

Stable to two storey dwelling on Celtic Way green fields

18/P/4105/FUL 

 

Resubmitted Big Storage Barn and new access road on Bleadon Hill near Purn Hill Nature reserve off Purn Lane / Purn Road

Link to Devils Bridge 70 Houses

17/P/1138/O

 

70 dwellings Devil's Bridge Bleadon Hill on green field

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Other Information

Another Caravan/Mobile Home Park planned for Bleadon? A request to NSC on 15 December 2017 for an opinion on whether an Environmental Impact Assessment is needed (this will increase application cost), can only mean that there is an intention for a future planning application on green agricultural field(s) near Summerways Bridge off Accomodation Road! The agent (Urban Design Practice) is already active in other Bleadon application areas and in comments to the planning inspector has been critical of NSC and our Infill Village status that restricts development. This proposal would bring up to another 50 spaces to our area (see letter here)!