Logo of Bradley Stoke Town Council.

By-election set to see around 6,700 voters called to the polls in Bradley Stoke South

A by-election to fill a vacant seat representing the South ward on Bradley Stoke Town Council looks almost certain to take place in the last week of March. The vacancy arose after Nikki Hallur, a Conservative councillor elected just eight months ago in the May 2019 poll, handed in her resignation in mid-January, citing “personal reasons”. A notice of election

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West of England Mayoral Election, 4th May 2017.

Metro Mayor election on 4th May

Voters in Bradley Stoke and across the wider West of England region are being called to choose a ‘Metro Mayor’ in a poll to be held on Thursday 4th May. The election follows the decision by three local councils – Bath & North East Somerset; Bristol; and South Gloucestershire – to accept a devolution deal proposed by the government. Features

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Town Council had “no comment” on October planning applications

October’s meeting of Bradley Stoke Town Council’s Planning Committee, which was inquorate because only three of its eight members turned up, has submitted the following consultee response to South Gloucestershire Council for each of the seven planning applications it was due to consider: “Bradley Stoke Town Council has ‘No Comment’ to make on the above mentioned planning application.” Draft minutes

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