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Barratts public inquiry update

Barratts public inquiry update

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Despite four days of evidence and legal argument, the public inquiry at Weston Town Hall into the Barratts appeal is still not finished. Lawyers representing Barratts, North Somerset Council and Congresbury Parish Council have decided that one more day is needed to conclude the case, which will resume on 23 […]

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Barratt’s public inquiry at Weston Town Hall – starts Tue 6 Oct

Barratt’s public inquiry at Weston Town Hall – starts Tue 6 Oct

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Supporters of Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) will this week be putting up posters reminding residents of next week’s public inquiry at Weston Town Hall. At their last meeting before the inquiry starts on Tuesday 6 October, CRAG members agreed an A4 poster which will be displayed on village notice-boards […]

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The field off Brinsea Rd where Barratts want to build 80 houses.

A report on the 9th Sept open meeting about Barratt’s development plans

Friday, September 11, 2015

Around 100 residents of Congresbury turned out on 9th Sept to hear the latest news on the appeal by Barratts into North Somerset’s decision to refuse permission to build 80 homes on land off Brinsea Road. The meeting heard from representatives of the Parish Council, Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) organisers […]

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Open Meeting re: CRAG & Barratt’s Junction Plans

Open Meeting re: CRAG & Barratt’s Junction Plans

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

The meeting will hear North Somerset Council’s core strategy update from district councillor Tom Leimdorfer. Congresbury parish council and CRAG are due to give details of their preparations for the public inquiry into Barratts plan for 80 houses. That is currently expected to take place at Weston town hall on […]

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CRAG & Barratt’s Develpoment – Make your point known

CRAG & Barratt’s Develpoment – Make your point known

Thursday, September 3, 2015

CRAG people delivering leaflets advertising next Wednesday’s open village meeting have been asked: “How can we let the inspector know what we think about the Barratts scheme?” The short answer is, turn up to the public inquiry on 6 October. But it isn’t quite that simple. Currently scheduled to take […]

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Public Meeting – Barratt’s Development

Public Meeting – Barratt’s Development

Monday, August 31, 2015

CRAG (Congresbury Residents Action Group) has started a leaflet campaign to promote the village Open Meeting called for Wednesday 9 September. Due to start at 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall, the meeting will hear North Somerset Council’s core strategy update from district councillor Tom Leimdorfer. Congresbury parish council and CRAG […]

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CRAG’s take on Monday night’s parish meeting

CRAG’s take on Monday night’s parish meeting

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

It was almost standing room only for around 20 residents at the emergency meeting of Congresbury Parish Council, at the Old School Rooms on Monday 27th July. The meeting had been called to decide whether to hire experts to represent the Parish at October’s public inquiry into Barratts building scheme. […]

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