Sunday, 6 September 2015

Recent Bath Chronicle Article

There has a flurry of documents on the Sulis Down Web site regarding the development on the Southstoke Plateau. The Bath Chronicle has picked up on this and suggested that 600 houses could be built. This would be contrary to the councils plans and that of the government inspector that heard the public inquiry into these plans. We have tried to clarify the position with the developers and have been told that nothing had yet been decided. It remains the view of SOBA that nothing should have been built on the plateau, but having had a public inquiry and from that a full report, this should be honoured. It is not to us guidance, but the rules by which any development should follow.

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