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CRAG Public Meeting – Report by John Mills

CRAG Public Meeting – Report by John Mills

Monday, November 6, 2017

At a meeting at the village Methodist Hall on Wed 1st Nov, around 70 Congresbury residents heard updates on current planning applications from members of the local action group and district councillor Tom Leimdorfer. CRAG’s Susan Hibberd reported that the Sunley development off Cobthorn Way was nearing the construction phase. […]

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CRAG – Public Meeting & Update – Wed 1st Nov 2017

CRAG – Public Meeting & Update – Wed 1st Nov 2017

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) – Public Meeting & Update When: Wednesday 1st November, 7:30pm Where: Methodist Hall, Congresbury Re: Housing Developments in Congresbury – Strongvox (Brinsea Road) (Hearing Appeal 21st Nov in the Royal Hotel, Weston). Plus Wrington Lane, Cobthorn Way & Smallway sites. Contacts – Mary Short 01934 833764 […]

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CRAG – Strongvox to appeal against planning refusal

CRAG – Strongvox to appeal against planning refusal

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Congresbury’s influential action group – CRAG – is calling on residents to stand up to another speculative development scheme. This time it’s an appeal by Strongvox to build 24 houses on a green field site off Brinsea Road. The site, opposite the field where Barratts suffered a notable defeat two […]

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CRAG: Fight to save land east of Brinsea from developers

CRAG: Fight to save land east of Brinsea from developers

Monday, August 7, 2017

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) is marshalling its forces to defend the village from another inappropriate development scheme. Developer Strongvox hopes to build 24 houses on a field to the east of Brinsea Road, behind Venus Street and Nomis Park. The plan was rejected by Congresbury Parish Council. North Somerset […]

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CRAG responds to North Somerset Council’s call for 2,500 houses

CRAG responds to North Somerset Council’s call for 2,500 houses

Monday, July 3, 2017

CRAG has responded angrily to a planning inspector’s call for North Somerset to provide sites for 2,500 houses over the next few years. The inspector had been looking at the council’s Site Allocations Plan, which sets out housing sites needed to reach North Somerset’s housing target. But because the inspector […]

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CRAG: Celebrate with us on Tues 20th June!

CRAG: Celebrate with us on Tues 20th June!

Monday, June 19, 2017

To celebrate the decision of the planning inspector in turning down the Wrington Lane appeal, Congresbury Residents Action Committee – CRAG – is having an open session at The Plough, 7pm Tuesday 20th June. Although this is not the end of the matter, by turning down Gladman’s appeal the inspector […]

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CRAG: Win over Gladman

CRAG: Win over Gladman

Friday, June 16, 2017

Planning inspector Anne Jordan has rejected the appeal by developers to build up to 50 houses on land off Wrington Lane, Congresbury. The appeal, by land agent Gladman Developments was against North Somerset Council’s non-determination of the issue within a given time period. Ironically, the council, which had at first […]

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