Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 675 – 21 Apr 2021

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    The noise barrier at a Keynsham concrete works isn’t working, say neighbours. Kelston Park House is set to become a luxury country hotel and steam trains return to the Avon Valley railway next month. Download Issue 675

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  • Issue 674 – 14 Apr 2021

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    Questions surround the next leader of B&NES Council’s eligibility to be a councillor. There are health concerns over long-term mooring of boats at Hanham Mills during lockdown and heartbreak for Bitton swimmer Siobhan-Marie O’Connor who has announced she won’t be …

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  • Issue 673 – 07 Apr 2021

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    The latest twist in the Keynsham concrete works saga sees the company submit a new planning application because it can’t afford to implement the previous permission it was granted. Bodies identified in Scotland are confirmed as the missing Kingswood mother …

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  • Issue 672 – 31 Mar 2021

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    There is anger in Keynsham that plans for the redevelopment of the town centre are not being shared with stakeholders. It looks as if long-standing issues with parking in parts of Kingswood may have been resolved and we catch up …

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  • Issue 671 – 24 Mar 2021

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    Wessex Water is pressing ahead with plans to build a bridge across the River Avon between Swineford and Saltford. Police in Scotland believe they have found the bodies of a murdered Kingswood mother and daughter. St Mary’s Church in Bitton …

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  • Issue 670 – 17 Mar 2021

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    S. Glos bin lorries have been ignoring weight limits to take a short cut back to their depot for years, according to residents in Siston. There are problems too with lorries as the proposal for a waste-to-energy plant outside Keynsham …

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  • Issue 669 – 10 Mar 2021

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    A man is charged with murder in Scotland following the disappearance of a Kingswood woman and her children. Parking restrictions on some roads in Kingswood cannot be legally enforced due to paperwork discrepancies and South Gloucestershire Council publishes its list …

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  • Issue 668 – 03 Mar 2021

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    Accusations of cover-ups and cowboy practice as the council discusses a Keynsham concrete business. B&NES Council is looking for a grant to buy 70 acres of Green Belt land and what happens next with the Hambrook junction traffic experiment? Download …

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  • Issue 667 – 24 Feb 2021

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    Plans are unveiled to redevelop the industrial estate off Marsham Way in Longwell Green. Bristol prepares for a clean air charging zone this autumn and could we see trams back on the streets of Bath soon? Download Issue 667

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  • Issue 666 – 17 Feb 2021

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    A new application goes in for a waste-to-energy power plant near Keynsham. There’s a positive take-up on surge testing in south and east Bristol. A plan to build tourist shepherds huts in Willsbridge is causing concern. Download Issue 666  

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