Signing of the Cribbs Patchway New Neighbourhood Framework Agreement.

‘Filton Keynes’ framework agreement signed

South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) has announced the completion of an important agreement between developers and landowners which will see thousands of new homes and supporting infrastructure built at the Cribbs Patchway New Neighbourhood (CPNN) over the next ten years. The new neighbourhood will provide approximately 5,700 dwellings, around 50 hectares of employment land, open spaces, schools, community facilities, a new

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Artist's impression of Filton Airfield redevelopment.

Filton Airfield plans cleared for take-off (again)

South Gloucestershire Council’s planning committee has, for the second time in two years, resolved to approve outline planning permission for the re-development of the 143ha (354 acre) former Filton Airfield site. A previous planning application for the site was put forward by then-owners BAE Systems in October 2014 and subsequently approved, subject to the signing of agreements requiring the developer

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CGI image of the proposed Lidl store.

Lidl looking to open new store on Hayes Way

Lidl UK has announced that it will be holding a public consultation event to outline its proposals for a new store on Hayes Way, Patchway. The proposed site (see map below) is a triangular plot of undeveloped land south of Hayes Way, between the Travelodge on Gloucester Road and the entrance to the new Aerospace Bristol museum. This site has existing planning

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Pegasus School, Patchway - £D view from planning application.

Patchway Special School gets nod from planners

A ‘unique’ new Special Free School has been granted planning approval by South Gloucestershire councillors. Members of the authority’s Development Control Committee (West) approved plans to build a new special free school for pupils with special educational needs on a site next to Patchway Community School in Hempton Lane, Patchway. The new Pegasus School will have 80 school places and

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Plot MU5: Proposed south-east elevation (facing Hayes Way).

McCarthy & Stone given green light for Charlton Hayes developments

Following the recent decisions by South Gloucestershire Council to approve McCarthy and Stone’s Retirement Living and Retirement Living Plus (Extra Care) proposals for the development of vacant scrubland, known locally as plots MU5 and MU6, at Charlton Hayes, Simon Mantell, the firm’s regional managing director, commented: “We are delighted that our plans for much-needed Retirement Living and Extra Care accommodation

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