CRAG

A view of the field

CRAG to take on Gladman

Friday, March 3, 2017

Congresbury Residents Action Committee (CRAG) has decided take on a development company at a public inquiry due to take place later this month. CRAG made the decision to fight Gladman Homes after North Somerset Council caved in and approved a decision to allow building. In August 2016, North Somerset Council […]

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CRAG: Placed on war footing over Gladman

CRAG: Placed on war footing over Gladman

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Congresbury Residents Action Committee (CRAG) was placed on a war footing this week in readiness for a coming battle with land agents Gladman. After last week’s shameful back-sliding by North Somerset Council’s sheep-like planning committee, CRAG has decided to take on the developer’s plan for 50 houses in Wrington Lane. […]

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CRAG: North Somerset Council to approve a new building scheme

CRAG: North Somerset Council to approve a new building scheme

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) was angry but determined to fight on this week after North Somerset Council betrayed the village and decided to approve a new building scheme. Most of the council’s planning committee followed the u turn by officers and agreed to the proposal for 50 houses on […]

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Remarkable Result at Planning Meeting

Remarkable Result at Planning Meeting

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

On Wednesday afternoon, 11th January, North Somerset Planning and Regulatory committee met to consider the Gladman application for 50 houses on a field off Wrington Lane. he application has been roundly condemned by hundreds of residents, Congresbury Parish Council and Congresbury Residents Action Group. North Somerset planners had not decided […]

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CRAG awaits news on Nomis Park archaeology survey

CRAG awaits news on Nomis Park archaeology survey

Friday, November 11, 2016

CRAG is keeping a close watch on archaeology work on the field off Brinsea Road behind Nomis Park. Developer Strongvox is considering a plan for 24 houses on the site, but because of the proximity to earlier finds of Roman kilns, North Somerset Council (NSC) is carrying out an archeological […]

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Proposed Strongvox development in Sandford

CRAG: Sandford development could increase traffic through Congresbury

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group has expressed its extreme disappointment at the result of the public inquiry into development at Sandford. The neighbouring village is set to have 118 new houses following the outcome of a public inquiry in August. After two months, inspector David Richards granted outline planning permission for […]

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Congresbury Residents Action Group needs YOU!

Congresbury Residents Action Group needs YOU!

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Congresbury’s dynamic action group – CRAG – is looking for volunteers to continue the fight against unwanted development in the village. At this month’s meeting, secretary Viv Tomkinson suggested putting out a request for new recruits to join CRAG’s organising group. As one key member had recently left the village, […]

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