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News Town council grants awarded in April
Revised planning application for Filton Airfield A REVISED outline planning application has been submitted for the redevelopment of the former Filton Airfield, which ceased operations in December 2012. A previous planning application for the site was put forward by then-owners BAE Systems in October 2014 and South Gloucestershire Council agreed to “resolve to approve” the application subject to the signing of S106 agreements requiring the developer to make financial contributions to local infrastructure schemes. As BAE Systems did not intend to develop the site itself, it did not sign the S106 agreements, and the airfield was later sold to YTL, a Malaysia-based infrastructure investor, in late 2015. The new planning application brought forward by YTL retains the original headline parameters of 2,675 residential dwellings and 24ha of stand-alone employment land, however it now proposes a “linear park” along the axis of the old airfield runway and a new town centre featuring “buildings of up to 10 storeys and a single tall building of up to 30 storeys”. The revised planning application, reference PT14/3867/O, may be viewed online at www.southglos.gov.uk/planning or in hard copy at Patchway One Stop Shop, The Patchway Hub, Rodway Road, Patchway BS34 5PE.
BRADLEY Stoke Town Council’s Leisure, Youth & Amenities Committee approved the following grants and service level agreements at its April meeting: • Service Level Agreement of £1,158 to Patchway, Filton & the Stokes Volunteer Centre • Community Development Grant of £680 to Friends of Jubilee Green towards the running costs of two events in 2017 • Community Development Grant of £249 to Friends of Jubilee Green towards annual running costs of the group in 2017 • Grant Aid of £500 to Sole Sisters Running Club towards the running costs of the 2017 Bradley Stoke 10k Run • Grant Aid of £500 to the West of England MS Therapy Centre towards running costs of their physiotherapy sessions • Grant Aid of £500 to Bradley Stoke Community Singers
towards running costs of the group • Grant Aid of £500 to Green Gym towards the running costs of the group • Youth Grant Aid of £500 to Bradley Stoke Youth FC towards running costs of their football tournament at the 2017 Bradley Stoke Community Festival • Youth Grant Aid of £500 to Five Stokes & Patchway Assemblies Team towards running costs of their 2017 events • Larger Grant Aid of £5,500 to Four Towns Playscheme towards running costs of the summer 2017 playscheme ● Bradley Stoke Town Council has a range of grant funding streams which eligible groups and organisations can apply for. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/bstc-grants or phone the town council office on 01454 205020.
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May 2017 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal news magazine.