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NEXT WEEK - Councils consider Bleadon Hill Development Application‏

Posted on 3rd February, 2015

UPDATE: 19th February 2015

The deadline for comments on the Outline Planning Application for 79 Houses on Bleadon Hill is 25th February, NEXT WEDNESDAY.


I know that many have sent their comments to North Somerset already but, if you haven't yet then please take the time to do so and/or also inform your neighbours and friends to do likewise. Comments already submitted include those relating to the infrastructure issues, environmental and ecological impact, ancient burial ground, covenants and the possibility that the additional lower field may be purchased, which over time may bring the development close to Purn Way and thus open the likelihood of connecting Bleadon Village to Bleadon Hill, which would change our rural village landscape forever.


Please see http://www.bleadon.org.uk/beinvolved.html?part_id=160604&post_id=19733&action=view_comments


If you have made comments on this BOB blog, please make sure that they also appear on the North Somerset website for formal consideration at:



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

North Somerset Council
Development Management
Post Point 15
Town Hall
BS23 1UJ

Bleadon Parish Council Agenda (& previous minutes) for Monday February 9th at Coronation Hall are now posted on http://www.bleadon.org.uk/parishcouncil.html

The Planning Committee at 7pm will consider (among others) the Outline Planning Permission Application for 79 houses on Bleadon Hill. Any concerned/interested residents are welcome to attend. If you intend to speak please advise the Clerk by 12am Friday 6th although the Chairman does have discretion to allow.
Councillor Peter Fox (WSM TC Bleadon Hill) has informed me that Weston Town Council Planning Committee will also consider this application (as the development land spans both BPC & WSM boundaries) on the following Wednesday 11th at 7pm, Grove House, Grove Park http://wsm-tc.gov.uk/event/planning-committee-5/?instance_id=1794 . Again, the public are also welcome to attend and voice their concerns/interest.
Hopefully both councils can work together on this major housing application but regardless of above meetings, please also remember to comment directly to North Somerset before the deadline on 25 February. More details via http://www.bleadon.org.uk/beinvolved.html?part_id=160604&post_id=19733&action=view_comments

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