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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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Wrington Lane – Temporary Closure for Gas Mains Works

Wrington Lane – Temporary Closure for Gas Mains Works

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

NORTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL have issued this formal notice of intention of temporary closure of Wrington Lane for a period of 6 weeks at any time from 27 March over a period of 18 months for gas works. WRINGTON LANE, CONGRESBURY, NORTH SOMERSET (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF USE BY VEHICLES) ORDER […]

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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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CRAG – Keep the banner flying!

CRAG – Keep the banner flying!

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Congresbury Residents Action Group (CRAG) is planning a public meeting in the next few weeks to keep the democratic banner flying in the village. A public meeting would let residents know the current situation with development schemes – and keep members of the group in touch with public opinion. Formed […]

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Housing Proposals Public Meeting: Report

Housing Proposals Public Meeting: Report

Monday, February 1, 2016

Around 80 residents of Congresbury heard a range of reasons why they should object to the plan to build 50 houses on land off Wrington Lane. The voices against land agents Gladman, who have applied for planning permission, were heard at a public meeting organised by Congresbury Residents Action Group […]

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