Henbury Rail Station Consultation
The consultation for Henbury rail station location starts on November 30 2015 and lasts until 25 January 2016
- There’s one remaining exhibition on:
- Wednesday 9 December 2015
At Henbury Library, Crow Lane, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7DR
from 2pm until 7pm
- Further information and the consultation questionnaire can be accessed at: www.travelwest.info/metrowest
- If you would rather complete a hard copy, you can contact Metrowest through the website or write to:
0117 903 6868
MetroWest Phase 2: Henbury station location consultation
Engine Shed, Station Approach, Temple Meads
Bristol BS1 6QH
The revised application for a slightly longer and thinner store moved right up to the Crow Lane boundary and a larger car park was approved by the Development Control (North) Committee on 14th April 2010.
The chair person of the committee heavily criticised Aldi for declining to install any public recycling facilities with the new store despite a considerable increase in car parking area. Aldi’s reason was that such areas could be unsightly and there was an existing facility in Machin Rd. (This latter is 4 minutes walk away)
The removal of two further mature trees ( one pictured below) will be compensated by planting a further 4 trees on the site making a total of 14 new trees along the site frontage.
No solar or thermal power generating facilities will be installed on the new building because ” it would not benefit the proposal and would not be possible to integrate it with the building design”.
Aldi will pay £15000 towards the cost of a new traffic island and a right-turn lane for traffic coming from the east. And they will also contribute £12000 towards the cost of a 4 day a week bus service operated by Lawrence Weston Community Transport which will connect outlying areas of Henbury and Brentry to the shopping area
This was tabled by Richard Pyle at the Transition Group meeting on 23rd November 2009. It includes some notes made at the meeting.
Continue reading Draft Transport Manifesto for Henbury & Brentry
Following the planning approval Aldi for their store on Crow Lane have committed to providing a total of Â£12000 towards a three year scheme Continue reading Community transport