Radstock planning news : As homes on the site of the old school are advertised as coming soon

  Posted: 13.01.21 at 09:24 by The Editor

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The development company behind the homes to be built (subject to final planning) on the site of the old school in Radstock have begun advertising them as coming soon.

Current plans are for 13 homes on the site along with two apartments, all with parking and gardens. The school is on Bath Old Road within the Radstock Conservation Area and includes the former infants school grounds and some derelict classrooms - a total area of 0.89 acre. The school itself closed in 2005 and was sold by B&NES in 2019.

Meantime in other local planning news.

The Riverbank on 1 Frome Road, in Radstock, under application
21/00111/TCA has put in an application to cut back three London plane trees .

A retrospective application has been put in to build a detached garage and a store at Jesmond, Hazel Terrace, in Westfield, BA3 4BG. That is on the planning portal under reference 21/00074/FUL.

The application to build a single storey extension at 27 Shelley Road in Westfield, BA3 3YS has also applied for one of the conditions to be removed. The householder is building an extension to the front, side and rear of property to include pitched, tiled roofs to replace the existing flat roof. Details under 21/00073/COND.

Developers of Silver Street in Midsomer Norton have applied for another condition (on the Highway Improvement Works) to be lifted. Details on the application for the land of parcel 3700, Silver Street, Midsomer under reference 21/00106/COND.

The developers of 4 Pillsbridge Cottages, on Old Mills, in Paulton, at postcode BS39 7SR, have applied to have one of the conditions for their planning application to be changed . Under 21/00092/VAR
on the application turning numbers 3 and 4 into separate dwellings they are using a rainwater harvesting system which involves using water from butts as so called 'brown' water which is reused.

There are currently no planning decisions resolved on the B&NES planning site with a direct impact locally - but please do let us know if you understand that there are applications with an impact on Radstock which you would like Nub News to report on.

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