Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 682 – 09 Jun 2021

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    Initial plans for the Kleeneze site in Hanham are released. Work gets underway on transforming Keynsham High Street but the Conservative Club is left feeling blue after a planning rebuttal. Plans to regenerate a play park in Warmley are put …

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  • Issue 681 – 02 June 2021

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    There are plans to redevelop the Chief Trading Post site in Oldland Common including 40 homes, a GP surgery and more. Community leaders in Cadbury Heath have hit out at plans to put an 18-metre 5G phone mast very close …

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  • Issue 680 – 26 May 2021

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    Major changes are planned at several junctions along the Ring Road between Longwell Green and Lyde Green, including the introduction of three more throughabouts.  South Glos Council looks set to act to improve signage in 20mph zones in Hanham. B&NES …

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  • Issue 679 – 19 May 2021

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    South Gloucestershire Council steps in to buy the Kings Chase Shopping Centre for £10m. More details are released about the upcoming roadworks in Keynsham High Street and two heritage railway societies get together to establish a museum at Bitton Station. …

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  • Issue 678 – 12 May 2021

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    Local election round-up. Mayoral success for Labour, a Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner and the Greens make massive gains across the board. A new leader takes over at B&NES Council, although not everyone appears happy with the appointment. Download Issue …

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  • Issue 677 – 05 May 2021

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    Controversy surrounds the plans by phone giants to upgrade the mast at Broadlands Academy in Keynsham to 5G. There have been problems with anti-social behaviour at Magpie Bottom Nature Reserve in Hanham. South Glos Council has handed out almost £400,000 …

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  • Issue 676 – 28 April 2021

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    Months of disruption from roadworks loom for Keynsham town centre. A High Court judge has quashed South Glos Council’s decision to grant planning permission for almost 400 homes at Lyde Green. And a 105-year-old Kingswood care home resident has received …

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  • 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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