Monday, 28 October 2013

Council to reveal revised housing plans for South Stoke Plateau

Bath and North East Somerset Council will announce its plans for the South Stoke Plateau (or land adjoining Odd Down) on November 11.

This will then be followed by six weeks of public consultation where you will be given the chance to object to the building of hundreds of houses on the plateau.

The council will also stage two presentations on November 13th so that you can see the plans for yourself:

  • South Stoke Village Hall, 3-5pm
  • St Gregory's Catholic College, 6-8pm
Flashback to our SOBA summer protest walk
We will keep you up to date with the latest news over the coming crucial weeks. It's essential that we all make our voices heard when the consultation period opens because the Planning Inspector will see all the comments when his Examination in Public begins again, probably in the New Year.

In the meantime, if you live in one of the communities surrounding the plateau, we urge you to put up a "Save Bath's Green Belt" protest board in your garden, write to/email your local councillor/MP and encourage your friends and neighbours to join the campaign. 

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