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NRR Railway Land

RAG Objections to the planning applications for the railway land

Radstock Action Group has submitted a series of objections to the latest BANES/NRR/Linden Homes proposals to build on the railway land. Read them here.

Click here to view the document (384KB pdf)


It is not to late for you to object too. Remember every comment they get counts
Click here to find out how (193KB pdf)

[7th October 2013]: Object now to plans to demolish valuable parts of Radstock's railway heritage. Read RAG's submission.

In order to carry out any development, the developer wishes to demolish a number of structures from the old railway land.

Click here read our objections (220KB pdf)

The Second document is the BANES Local Plan to which we refer and the third is the National Planning Policy Framework to which we also refer:

BANES Local Plan (4.66MB pdf) | National Planning Policy Framework (869KB pdf)

Read what BANES Scientific Officer has to say about the developer's contamination report.

Highlighting in the document is by RAG.

Click here to view the document (104KB pdf)

Radstock Railway Land (and trees) flattened - 8th February 2012

Photos taken in Radstock, by Esther Parker, on Wednesday 8 February 2012 after two days of activity by B&NES and their contractors on the Railway Land.

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[3rd August 2011]: RAG asks BANES for Moratorium on Decisions

Click here to download the letter (69Kb pdf)

[2nd August 2011]: Letter to Linden Homes

Click here to download the letter (70Kb pdf)

Deadline for Comments on Latest Planning Applications Sunday 31 July

URGENT - SEND YOUR VIEWS ON THE ROAD AND NRR PLANS TO BANES NOW - deadlines looming

We've put together details of the most recent planning applications and traffic orders which members of the public can comment on - two important deadlines are 21 July and end of July. Read about them, then respond via one of the contacts provided.

Click here to download the document (96Kb pdf)

Although we have seen no public statement or confirmation, Radstock Action Group understands that the NRR has signed up a new developer for the railway land. We have written to them (click here to read the letter (58Kb pdf) asking if we can meet them.

Any news will, of course, be on this website.