Development

CRAG to hold public meeting in response to Strongvox application

CRAG to hold public meeting in response to Strongvox application

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) is to hold a public meeting next month to decide how to respond to another building application on land off Brinsea Road. The scheme for 24 houses on land behind Venus Street, is proposed by developer Strongvox,. The firm already has the green light to […]

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CRAG – New development threat from Strongvox

CRAG – New development threat from Strongvox

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) is calling on its supporters to oppose a new development threat on the south side of the village. CRAG’s committee decided to oppose the plan for 24 buildings on land off Brinsea Road behind Venus Street, on similar grounds used to defend the village from […]

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CRAG & The Fight Against Sprawl

CRAG & The Fight Against Sprawl

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) met recently to talk about the three development schemes within the village – as well as related topics. The formation of a multi-village alliance was high on the agenda. It was reported that representatives from eight village action groups – Banwell, Churchill, Claverham, Congresbury, Langford, […]

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CRAG – Multi Village Alliance one step closer

CRAG – Multi Village Alliance one step closer

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Concerted action by villages in North Somerset to halt creeping urbanisation came a step closer with the formation of a multi village alliance. Representatives from eight village action groups – Banwell, Churchill, Claverham, Congresbury, Langford, Sandford, Wrington and Yatton – attended an inaugural meeting at Langford Inn on Tuesday. Two […]

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CRAG: Could there be Romano-British archaeology on Sunley development site?

CRAG: Could there be Romano-British archaeology on Sunley development site?

Monday, April 25, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) has vowed to keep a close watch on the development on land off Cobthorn Way. Outline planning permission for Sunley Estate’s 38 houses was approved by North Somerset Council, after the company reduced the number from 54. But several key questions – like maintenance of […]

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Revised Cobthorn Way development plan approved

Revised Cobthorn Way development plan approved

Friday, April 15, 2016

North Somerset Council has approved the building of 38 houses on land off Cobthorn Way, Congresbury and a development of three houses opposite the village garden centre. In February, the council’s planning committee rejected the Cobthorn Way scheme for 54 houses from developers Sunley Estates. That sent the firm back […]

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Sunley revise their plans for Cobthorn Way

Sunley revise their plans for Cobthorn Way

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Members of North Somerset Council’s planning committee are to be asked to approve a revised development scheme for Cobthorn Way, Congresbury. Originally, the scheme to build 54 houses on land off Wrington Lane was rejected by the district council’s planning committee. Now developer Sunley Estates has resubmitted the plan and […]

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