We have created a very thorough and well researched objection to the proposal by the City Council to ‘safeguard’ the land on Stapleton Smallholdings for a future Park & Ride.
The Blue Finger Alliance have kindly offered to host this document so it’s easily accessible to you to download and use.
Click on this link. http://www.bluefingeralliance.org.uk/downloads/bristol-dm24.doc
Please read this thoroughly – it makes very interesting reading and will give you a thorough understanding of why the Council MUST rethink the M32 Park & Ride and remove it from the Site Allocations document that will form the new Bristol Local Plan (2014 – 2026 approx).
YOU ARE FREE TO USE ALL OF THIS INFORMATION TO PREPARE YOUR OWN OBJECTION. WE HAVE DONE THE TIME CONSUMING AND COMPLEX WORK FOR YOU.
1. Open the document and read it all the way through to understand fully the reasons why this site is unsuitable and should not be in the Local Plan for Bristol. It’s quite long but don’t give up.
2. Edit the document if you want to so that it properly represents your views. Please remember this is a somewhat technical process in which a planning inspector will consider the ‘soundness’ of the policies, so that is what we must make our objection about. We have written this document to make it as effective as possible in that context. Moral or emotional objections will not be considered.
3.When you’re happy with it, put your name in the top box and save the file to your computer – give it whatever name you want to submit it under.
4.Complete form PART A (attached) with details of your organisation.
5. Email PART A and PART B BY 10TH MAY
2013 AT THE LATEST to the council by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or by post to:
Bristol City Council
St. George’s Road
For further information please contact the Strategic Planning team on 0117 903 6725.
is the Bristol City Council page with links to the relevant draft local plan documents so you can look at them yourself.
Good luck and thanks for all your support!!! Please pass this on to anyone else who would like to support this.