aylesWalter Ayles, Bristol's most prominent opponent of World War 1 is to have a blue plaque unveiled at the house he lived in in Ashley Down.   The plaque will be unveiled on Sunday April 17th – the centenary of the date that Ayles was first arrested. The unveiling will take place from 3.30pm at the house in Station Road, Ashley Down.

St Andrews park poppiesThe latest newsletter includes features on the park's Britain in Bloom award, improvements in the play area, FoSAP's new Facebook page, news of the ceilidh next February and more....

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At a meeting today Nov 26th, Chatsworth Homes, the developer of the Baths conversion project, has been told by Bristol City Council to leave the site within six days.  Two accounts of this meeting can be found here and here

floodlightsHowzat? have sent us an update following the Planning Committee meeting which decided on Gloucester County Cricket Club's application to build six 45 metre floodlights.

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GCCC FLOODLIGHTING 14/05030/F

Further to our earlier comments, we note that the proposals for floodlighting have been further researched and the following conclusions reached :

 

GCCCLights2Howzat? have sent us an update on the position regarding the proposed floodlights at the Gloucestershire County Cricket ground.

GCCCfloodsAt its meeting on 4 February, the Council Planning Committee agreed to defer a decision on the GCCC floodlights, in order to explore alternative options further.

GCCClightsAVRThe date has been set for the meeting of the Development Control Committee, to consider Gloucester County Cricket Club's application for 45 metre tall permanent floodlights.

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GCCC FLOODLIGHTING 14/05030/F -  Proposed installation of 6 no. 45m tall permanent floodlights.

Further to our earlier comments on this application submitted on 10th November 2014  (here )–we would like to make further comments following the issue of two documents:

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The Howzat Campaign Group have sent us the following update on the proposed floodlight planning application for the cricket ground.

Those of you who have made comments on the GCCC Floodlight Application will now have received another letter from Development Management at the Council.

 

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