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Congresbury Neighbourhood Development Plan Featured

Congresbury Parish Council, with help from the local community, have prepared a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This will help to shape the parish in forthcoming years and will be used to help make decisions on planning applications within the parish. North Somerset Council are now consulting on the plan for 6 weeks commencing on 14 January 2019. Following this consultation the intention is to submit the plan for examination.

North Somerset Home to School Travel Assistance Policy September 2020

The Integrated Transport Unit have been working over the last year to co-produce a Home to School Transport Policy with relevant supporting groups we are now asking for your views on the policy.

Planning Application Requirements

Consultation on revised Planning Application Requirements (PAR)

North Somerset’s Short Breaks offer for children and young people with additional needs (SEND) under 18 years of age.

This Consultation is now closed.

Statement of Community Involvement revision 2019

Draft Shopfront Design Guide Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) - July 2019 Featured

This Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is intended to help those proposing to alter or install a new shopfront or to convert a shop into residential or other form of accommodation. It sets out what is required in terms of permissions and statutory consents. It promotes a greater understanding of the existing heritage value and architectural detail of existing shopfronts in North Somerset and will ensure delivery of a high standard of design and workmanship which will benefit traders, shoppers and improve the local environment.

Congresbury Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan You can Respond Online

North Somerset Council in conjunction for Congresbury Parish Council and Congresbury Conservation Area Group has provided a Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan for Congresbury Conservation Area. This document is now open for public consultation through this e-consult page and a public meeting to be held on 12th September 2pm until 7pm at The Old School Rooms, Congresbury We very much welcome your input.

North Somerset Permit Scheme for Road Works and Street Works You can Respond Online

Highways Development Design Guide Review You can Respond Online

Consultation on the updated Highways Development Design Guide

Proposed New Conservation Area in Churchill You can Respond Online

North Somerset Council is working closely with the residents of Churchill and the Parish Council to propose a new Conservation Area in Churchill, with the supporting Appraisal and Management Plan. A public consultation meeting is being held relating to the proposed new conservation area in Churchill on: 3rd October 2019 2pm until 7pm Community Club, Ladymead Lane, Churchill, BS25 5NH This e-consult has also been set up to allow people who are interested in commenting on the proposal but cannot make the meet give us their views.

Street Trading Policy 2019 - 2024 You can Respond Online

The current Street Trading Policy has been in place since 2010. The content now requires updating to take into account any legislative and best practice guidance. Simplification of the application and consultation processes are being proposed to support and promote local events.

Street Cafe Policy 2019 - 2024 You can Respond Online

The current Street Café policy has been in place for a number of years and requires an update of the contents, a refresh of the wording and a proposal to simplify the guidance and application procedures for applicants.

Proposed expansion to Baytree Special School (including location onto a second site)

We are consulting on the possible expansion of Baytree School from a 72 to a 120-place school from 1 September 2021, including location onto a second site)

Film Classification Policy 2019 You can Respond Online

The Council, as the Licensing Authority, is responsible for authorising the public exhibition of films. This policy is being introduced to set out the formal procedure for the Licensing Authority to classify previously unclassified films and to reclassify where the British Board of Film Classification has an appeal against a classification.