North Somerset Council

Neighbourhood Planning for Congresbury – Creating a Neighbourhood Area

Neighbourhood Planning for Congresbury – Creating a Neighbourhood Area

Monday, July 27, 2015

Congresbury Parish Council have made an application to North Somerset Council to designate a neighbourhood area for Congresbury Parish. Once approved this will mean that plans to build a new village hall/community centre can be progressed through a Community Right to Build Order. It also means that the parish council […]

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Extension granted for Strongvox objections due to problems with North Somerset Council website

Extension granted for Strongvox objections due to problems with North Somerset Council website

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Congresbury residents action group (CRAG) has written to North Somerset Council pointing out that a string of website failures is jeopardising the democratic rights of people in the district. CRAG has told chief executive officer Mike Jackson that the council’s planning website has been out of action so many times […]

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Barratts proposal NOT on North Somerset Council’s meeting agenda

Barratts proposal NOT on North Somerset Council’s meeting agenda

Sunday, December 7, 2014

For some unexplained reason, the proposal by Barratts to build 80 houses on land behind Silver Street in Congresbury will NOT be on the agenda for this month’s meeting of North Somerset Council’s planning committee. It had been widely expected that councillors would discuss the plan – and the many […]

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Changes on the Parish Council

Changes on the Parish Council

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Congresbury Parish Council has a new Chairman and Vice Chairman. Cllr Diana Hussan was elected Chairman at the Annual Parish Council meeting following the resignation of Martin Lang and Cllr Arthur Hacking was elected Vice Chairman for the ensuing year. Cllr Derek Biles resigned at the end of the meeting […]

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