Charfield Parish Council.
Charfield is a parish and village of around a thousand homes, nestled between the River Severn and the Cotswold Escarpment, in South Gloucestershire on its border with Gloucestershire, in the west of England. Close enough to the M5 motorway for convenience, and set sufficiently into open countryside to retain a quiet, more gentle, life.
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The Parish Council wishes to note the receipt of the Outline Planning Application notice for 250 homes behind New Street, and that this will be discussed at the September Parish Council meeting. https://developments.southglos.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=RFQJJAOKIK000&fbclid=IwAR3vtwrSTcoKMjkt_v5iBIxNmumExBI2iTvwwuEyEBaBX0JtETlh7WMKs58
We’ve had a number of approaches from parishioners concerned that various public rights of way (PROW) around the village are currently either impassible or difficult to negotiate because of crops or other landowner issues. For clarity, the the landowner “must not allow crops, other than grass, to grow on or overhang the minimum width of any … Continue reading Rights of Way and Crops
Charfield Parish CouncilExtra Ordinary Meeting 12th August 227.30pm in the Village Hall The Parish Council has invited our MP as well as representatives from South Glos Council and WECA to attend and respond to questions about the proposed station development. The Parish Council has definite concerns about the pre-application proposal, while also noting the value … Continue reading Extra Ordinary Meeting re Railway Station
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