An unpopular scheme to build 89 homes on a steeply sloping site in Peasedown St John can now go ahead after planning chiefs signed off detailed proposals. There were cries of “shame on you” as members of B&NES Council’s planning committee voted to approve the plans on Wednesday (March 14). The council previously turned down outline plans for the site, but permission was granted on appeal in 2014 for 72 houses and 17 flats on land between Hillside View and Bath Road.
Students will soon make Bath Cricket Club their home after councillors defied advice and approved plans for a 136-bed university accommodation complex. Officers’ ‘significant’ concerns about flooding, the loss of trees and the design of the scheme in the city’s ‘green heart’ were shared by some councillors.
A Bath pub owner facing opposition to his plans to turn it into a family home says if more local people supported the business, it could be saved. Campaigners who saw off a move to convert the Richmond Arms in Lansdown to a home five years ago are preparing to do battle again. Owner Rupert Moreton has lodged a new application to change the use of the 19th century listed building – but says it remains a Plan B to his main aim of finding a tenant landlord.
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Selecting a term
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