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Welcome to the Cleeve Parish Council website
Cleeve is a village and civil parish in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. It is situated within the unitary authority of North Somerset, 9 miles (14km) south west of Bristol and has a population of 902 (2011 census).
Bristol Airport notice:
9th June and 10th July: Red Arrows
On Saturday 9th June and Tuesday 10th July the Red Arrows will be visiting Bristol Airport for refuelling.
The Red Arrows and other display aircraft will be using Bristol Airport over the summer, particularly for the Weston Super Mare Airdays on 23rd and 24th June. The arrival and departure of these, and other historic aircraft, may be more noticeable to local communities.
Please note that there will be no display at Bristol Airport. The best view of the aircraft will be at the air shows where they are performing.
Find more information on the Weston Air Festival website: https://westonairfestival.wordpress.com/.
Please can you log any parking you believe to be for the airport, we require dates, length of parking and photographs. Once we have sufficient evidence we can speak to NSC about what action to take.
Please see a response from NSC regarding the boundary wall of the Lord Nelson.
Planning Application: 18/P/2565/FUL – Lord Nelson, 58 Main Road, Cleeve
Thank you for your email concerning the above application.
I fully understand your concerns, but I can assure you that your comments were read and taken into account despite the report saying that no comments had been received. I apologise for this error.
This application was assessed and consultations took place with the Councils Environmental Protection and Highways Officers. I also discussed this application with Councillor Yamanaka and she was happy for this application to be determined under the council’s delegated powers.
The officers report addresses the objections made and sets out the reasons for approving the application. I understand your concerns regarding the fence, and they were taken into consideration when determining this application. Taking into account relevant planning policy, it was not considered that the fence was so harmful that it warranted refusal of planning permission. The fence was therefore granted permission for a temporary period of two years.
Bristol Airport will be at Cleeve Village Hall on Tuesday 5th June from 4pm - 8 pm to answer on their Consultation to expand to 20 million passengers per annum.
Bristol Airport have now confirmed they will be running two consultations from 14th May to 6 July 2018. The first consultation is for a new Master Plan for expansion to 20 million passengers per annum.
The second consultation is a pre- planning application for growth to 12 million passengers per annum. This is part of the phased growth to 20 mppa. The planning application will be submitted to North Somerset Council later this year. Cleeve Parish Council will be putting together a response to these consultations which will be available on our website in due course. For interest passenger numbers in 2017 were 8.1 mppa and the current cap on passenger numbers runs to 10 million.
Defibrillator - The defibrillator has been installed at Cleeve Village Hall (near the main entrance) and is available for use if instructed to do so by the ambulance service. This has been made possible by generous donations from residents and businesses.
If you would like to find out more about inclusive football which is run by Clevedon Juniors Untied FC please see the link below. http://www.clevedonunitedjfc.co.uk/club/Home
Households should have now received correspondence from NSC regarding the waste collection changes. For more information please follow this link: www.n-somerset.gov.uk/collectiondays
The mobile library will be at Woodview Drive between 11.50am-12.20pm on the following dates.
If you would like more information on the Rural Services Network please follow their link below. http://www.rsnonline.org.uk/