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Planning application number 09/02242/P
In July 2009, a planning application was submitted for a new 30,000 seat stadium and associated development including:
- restaurants/bars, and a hotel
The application site straddles the boundary between Bristol City Council and North Somerset Council. The main vehicular access to the B3128 (leading to the A370 Long Ashton bypass) falls within North Somerset and the majority of the development site falls within Bristol.
Committee meeting - February 10, 2010
A meeting of the Development Control (South and East) Committee was held on February 10, 2010. The committee decided to grant permission for the development, subject to the applicant entering into a planning agreement to cover matters including:
- the travel plan
- access proposals
- car parking arrangements and
- sustainable construction standards.
The agreement was signed and the planning permission issued on April 5, 2011.
The meeting was webcast - see http://www.bristol.public-i.tv/core/portal/home for more information. You can view the officer's report to the committee from the related documents section.
How to view the planning application and accompanying plans and drawings
You can view the plans and supporting information:
- Online via our planning application search facility Planning Online.
- Online at our Customer Service Points.
Future of Ashton Gate
Go to New Sainsbury's supermarket at Ashton Gate for more information.
Town and Village Green status in Ashton Vale
Although planning permission has been granted by the council, development cannot proceed because an application has been made to declare the land a Town and Village Green under the Commons Act 2006.
Go to Ashton Vale - Application for Town and Village Green status for more information.
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