Saturday, 18 October 2014

Sulis Down - exhibition planned for November 3

As some of you may have already read in the Bath Chronicle, the new community of 300 homes to be built on South Stoke Plateau is to be known as Sulis Down.

Letter sent to community around the Plateau
Bloor Homes has been appointed to develop the former green belt land south of Bath, next to Odd Down and the Sulis Manor estate.

The Hignett Family Trust appointed Bloor Homes from a wide range of house builders, while Bath-based architects Nash Partnership will lead the Sulis Down master planning.

An exhibition is planned for November 3 at St Gregory's School, Combe Hay Lane, Odd Down, Bath.

It will take place between noon and 8pm.

The invitation (to the left) sent to all the communities surrounding South Stoke Plateau also features phone numbers and a website for those wanting further information.

At the time of writing this post, the website at was not working.

1 comment:

  1. My name is Joel Harper, I'm the prospective candidate for Combe Down. Just wanted to say I agree with you 100%. The worst part of this is it's just the beginning of what the council has in store for Bath... :o(