This space lying in the N corner defined Passage Rd. and Brentry Avenue has been deemed low value according to the text published at meeting at Wesley College on 30/7/09
The text:Informal green space which provides a corner site on busy main road. Not delivering in terms of informal green space for that area which isn’t being delivered nearby – Tree Tops and Royal Victoria Park
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
Previous summers in the gardens of henbury have been blighted by low flying aircraft from Filton which come around every 6 – 8 minutes. We have not been aware of a continuing problem until last weekend when this aircraft came around and still apparently climbing with significant noise every six or so minutes.
Area Green Space Plan â€” Henbury and Southmead Consultation
published by Heather Barham, BCC Area Green Space Plan Project Officer
Continue reading Henbury Area Green Space Plan Consultation
Area Green Space Plan Timetable – Henbury and Southmead
published by Heather Barham, BCC Area Green Space Plan Project Officer Continue reading Green Space Plan Consultation Timetable
The meetings are scheduled for Saturday mornings, 10.30 – 12.00 (approx), Henbury Library meeting room, Crow Lane. Continue reading Transition Group meetings – 2009
This group has been established under the aegis of Transition Bristol recognising that we must reduce our dependance on oil and promote sustainability in Brentry and Henbury. The Group plans to ask the Community Council for recognition as an actively supported group.
In the depths of the recession, discount store Aldi is bucking trend and expanding. And its next investment is in Bristol. Continue reading Evening Post report 14/1/09
This is the statement Tim Parkinson submitted on behalf of the Community Council: –
Continue reading Community Council statement to Development Control