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Development at the Willow Brook Centre

Case number PT18/1491/O (submitted 26th Mar 2018)

Hybrid planning application seeking full planning permission for the erection of 2 no. food and drink units each incorporating a drive-through and outline planning permission to extend the existing retail terrace to provide 2 no. retail units (including mezzanine) and rearrangement of existing car park. (Outline) Access, layout and scale to determined all other matters reserved.

In a press release issued in late February 2018 , the Willow Brook Centre said it was in “advanced discussions” with both McDonald’s and Starbucks to trade in the proposed food and drink units.

LATEST (15th January 2019): An SGC spokesperson told the Journal: “The application is due to be heard at the 24th January 2019 Development Management Committee. No site visit is planned prior to the meeting.”

8th January 2019 | Bradley Stoke Journal
McDonald’s & Starbucks planning application referred to committee

3rd January 2019 | Bradley Stoke Journal
McDonald’s and Starbucks planning application recommended for approval

14th November 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
More delays mean McDonald’s application will now be assessed under council’s new procedures

22nd  October 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
Decision day edging closer for McDonald’s and Starbucks plans

29th June 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
McDonald’s objectors could be denied right to attend site meeting

14th May 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
Town council objects to Willow Brook Centre’s “McDonald’s & Starbucks” planning application

29th March 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
Battle-hardened residents’ group vows to fight planned shopping centre expansion

21st February 2018 | Bradley Stoke Journal
Willow Brook reveals plans for McDonald’s and Starbucks drive-throughs

See also: Discussion on the BSJ Facebook page

Removal of hard court area at Brook Way Activity Centre

Case number PT18/0207/F (submitted 15th Jan 2018)

Removal of existing hard court, installation of additional car parking bays and associated works.

Removal of hard court area at Brook Way Activity Centre

Case number PT17/1549/F (submitted 4th Apr 2017)

Change of use from tennis court (Class D2) to car parking bays (Sui Generis) as defined in the Town and Country (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as amended) with green open space and associated works.

Withdrawn and later resubmitted as PT18/0207/F.

New Skate Park at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre

Case number PT15/2646/F (submitted 17th Jun 2015)

Construction of a concrete skatepark with associated works.

Case number DOC15/0277 (submitted 17th Nov 2015)

Discharge of conditions attached to planning permission.

New Town Council Office at the Jubilee Centre

Case number PT11/2331/F (submitted 25th Jul 2011)

Erection of single storey extension to Community building to provide new offices, creation of new carparking and associated works.

Retirement Apartments at Savages Wood Road

Case number PT11/0803/F (submitted 16th Mar 2011)

More info: McCarthy & Stone public consultation website

Erection of four storey and three storey buildings to form 50 no. Category II type apartments for the elderly and 24 no. affordable housing apartments with associated communal facilities, landscaping, car parking and associated works.

Read more: McCarthy & Stone (The Journal)

Erection of twelve 50kW Wind Turbines near M4 M5 Interchange, Almondsbury

Case number: PT10/023/SCR

Initial ‘screening’ application. Site location plan [PDF].

Respite Care Centre, Wheatfield Drive

Case Number PT10/0302/F (submitted 12th Feb 2010)

Respite Care Facility including  amendments to planning permission PT09/1158/F (see below) to create access from Wheatfield Drive.

Consultation expiry date: 29th Mar 2010. Target date: 21st Apr 2010.

West of England Muliple Sclerosis Therapy Centre, Wheatfield Drive

Current case Number PT09/1158/F (submitted 19th Jun 2009)

Consultation expiry date: 30th Jul 2009. Target date: 14th Aug 2009.

Previous case Number PT01/2785/F (submitted 28th Sep 2001, approved 6th Jun 2007)

Erection of a new multiple sclerosis therapy treatment centre.

Intended to replace the existing therapy centre at Nailsea.

[Read more: The Moonstone Appeal]

Bradley Stoke Community School

Case Number PT08/2006/R3F (submitted 3rd Jul 2008)

Erection of two storey building, cycle shelter, car parking and associated works [Proposed sixth form centre].

Consultation expiry date: 6th August 2008. Target date: 2nd October 2008.

Bradley Stoke Surgery, Brook Way

Case Number PT07/3333/F (submitted 25th Oct 2007)

Erection of single storey front extension and two storey rear extension to form additional surgery accomodation to include attic space.

Refused by South Gloucestershire Council on 24-Dec-2007 on grounds of inadequate parking provision and detrimental effect on streetscene. Appealed on 22-Feb-2008. Decision expected from Planning Inspectorate in May 2008.

UPDATE (03-Jul-2008): Appeal successful – application approved.

Bradley Stoke Surgery, Brook Way

Case Number PT08/1143/F (submitted 16th Apr 2008)

Erection of single storey front extension and two storey rear extension to form additional surgery accomodation to include attic space.

Consultation expiry date: 20th May 2008. Target date: 11th June 2008.

UPDATE (26-Jun-2008): Application approved in principle.

Butterflies Day Nursery, Great Park Road

Case number PT08/2566/F (submitted 10th Sep 2008)

Demolition of an existing building to facilitate erection of a 3 storey office building with associated car/cycle parking, outbuildings, access, landscaping and associated works.

See also: PT12/0637/EXT (consent to extend time limit)

Health Centre, Savages Wood Road

Case Number PT04/0815/R3O (submitted 20th Feb 2004, approved 19th Apr 2004)

Development of land for health centre.

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