South Glos development and its impact on North Bristol

Information circulated by the BCRNP Neighbourhood Coordinator.

Dear Resident

I’m contacting you on behalf of South Gloucestershire and because the new developments in South Gloucestershire north of the railway line will have a significant impact on the whole of north Bristol.

South Gloucestershire have now published the Supplementary Planning Document and have set up a series of public consultation events. The deadline for this consultation is: Friday 28th February 2014.

Once adopted, the Supplementary Planning Document will set out the principles and objectives for the area that the South Gloucestershire County Council will use in determining any planning applications for the New Neighbourhood, and will identify the infrastructure required to support the needs of the new communities living there.

You can make your comments either by attending one of the Drop-in Consultation events or online as follows:

Documents and information on how to comment are available at:

https://consultations.southglos.gov.uk/consult.ti/cribbspatchwayspd/consultationHome

More general supporting information about the new neighbourhood can be viewed at:

www.southglos.gov.uk/cribbspatchwaynn

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We are currently organising a follow-up public meeting to the one held on 19th November 2013. This will bring Bristol City Council department representatives with local residents to share how the City Council is shaping its formal response back to South Gloucestershire on the SPD and will be an opportunity to influence what the City Council includes in its response.

We’re finalising the date and venue now and will contact you shortly to invite you to attend this meeting.

Best wishes

Andrew McGrath Area Coordinator

Bishopston, Cotham, Redland Neighbourhood Partnership &

Henleaze, Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym Neighbourhood Partnership

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