Wrington Lane

A view of the field

CRAG: Wrington Lane / Gladman update by John Mills

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) has learned that a number of significant changes to Wrington Lane proposed by land agents Gladman have been rejected by North Somerset Council’s highways department. This should mean that the firm faces the problems arising from its original traffic scheme – including the disputed ownership […]

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Gladman Development – Have Your Say – John Mills

Gladman Development – Have Your Say – John Mills

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

There is still time for residents to make their views known about land agent Gladman’s little wheeze to change the wording of one of the conditions of their outline planning permission for a scheme for Wrington Lane, Congresbury. Gladman applied to North Somerset for a: “Variation of condition 6 from […]

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Road closures in Kent Road and Wrington Lane

Road closures in Kent Road and Wrington Lane

Monday, July 24, 2017

NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL WRINGTON LANE, KENT ROAD (B3169), CONGRESBURY, NORTH SOMERSET (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF USE BY VEHICLES) ORDER 2017 Notice is hereby given that North Somerset District Council in pursuance of the provisions of section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, intend to make an order […]

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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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A view of the field

CRAG: Wrington Lane public inquiry

Saturday, April 1, 2017

After three and a half days of close argument – CRAG’s team at the Wrington Lane public inquiry, ably led by Peter Walton, are quietly hopeful of a positive outcome. Praise for CRAG’s efforts came from District Councillor Tom Leimdorfer who said he was immensely proud of the village. “We […]

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Mansbury Mound

Pirate’s Island & Mansbury Mound under threat from developers

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Pirate’s Island, a limestone mound in a Congresbury field used as a playground by generations of village children, is under threat. That’s because Mansbury Mound, composed of carboniferous limestone is slap bang in the middle of a proposed housing development. The scheme for 50 houses on land off Wrington Lane, […]

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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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