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Somerset House, Canynge Rd: Update

Mar 3 The application to demolish the modern office block at the top of Canynge Rd and replace it with 5 flats at the rear of the site and 3 townhouses facing Canynge Rd was…


Number 9 Bus Route

Feb 5 It is once again possible to get by bus from Clifton to Cotham and Redland, and back again. The no. 9 stops near Victoria Square and outside the Rodney Hotel before…


On-Street Bicycle Hangars

Jan 29 CHIS has been contacted by Bristol City Council inviting comments on proposals to site two Bicycle Hangars within the Conservation Area, one opposite 13, Cornwallis Crescent…


Proposed pedestrian/cycle bridge over Bridge Valley Road

Jan 14 Proposed pedestrian/cycle bridge over Bridge Valley Road (BCC planning ref: 16/01266/F) On 21 December, the latest chapter in the proposed Bridge Valley Road pedestrian/cycle…


Former W.H. Smith site in Clifton: What Now?

Nov 5, 2016 The unveiling of the latest plans for this site, held in Clifton Library on October 31st, was well attended, reflecting the concerns that residents have for the redevelopment…


Somerset House, Canynge Rd: Update

Nov 5, 2016 The plans to demolish the 1960's office block in Canynge Road, at present occupied by Hartnell, Taylor & Cook, and to replace it with three high townhouses and a block of…


Improvements to CHIS Planning Map

Sep 27, 2016 Recently we made some changes to the Planning Map on the CHIS website, which we hope make it more useful. The Planning Map by default shows the last 6 weeks of Planning…


Parking Problems in Clifton Village Zone

Aug 19, 2016 Why are residents STILL experiencing difficulty parking on some streets in Clifton, despite living in so-called 'residents only' zones? Just take a look at the permits on the…


Live Map of Planning Applications

Mar 4, 2016 Our latest web news is that all planning applications for BS8 are now displayed on our site immediately they appear on the BCC planning site. The applications are shown both…


Bristol's Tree Champions

Jan 15, 2016 A comprehensive document entitled 'Bristol's Tree Champions' has just been put on the website. It is a database of some 200 trees within the city that are either the largest…


Council waste services to move to new council-owned company

Jun 15, 2015 Waste collection and street cleansing in Bristol is to be provided by a new council-owned company after Bristol City Council and contractor Kier (formerly May Gurney)…


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