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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).

Local Plan 2036

Visit: to read the plan and make comments.
Comments should be received by Monday 10 December 2018. 

Please click Poster to view it.  

Please find Cleeve PC's response to the Issues and Options consultation HERE

Please find Cleeve PC's response to the Scoping report HERE 

Bristol Airport notice: 

Bristol Airport Night Noise Consultation.

Cleeve PC's draft response can be found HERE

The PCAA's draft response (to be agreed in Septembers meeting) can be found HERE

The consultation can be found at Deadline for the consultation is 2nd October and responses can be sent to

If you wish to make a noise complaint regarding the aeroplane flights please call  01275 473799.

Airport parking

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.  

Lord Nelson

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.


Backwell and Wrington Neighbourhood Beat Team

Please find names and email addresses below for Cleeve’s local Beat team.

Mark Raby- Neighbourhood Beat Sergeant-

Martin Faithfull- Neighbourhood Beat Manager -

Eleanor Hicks- Police Community Support Officer- 

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.

Waste collection 

Households should have now received correspondence from NSC regarding the waste collection changes. For more information please follow this link:

 Library timetable

The mobile library will be at Woodview Drive between 11.50am-12.20pm on the following dates.




16th, 30th




11th, 25th


9th, 23rd


6th, 20th


3rd, 17th 


If you would like more information on the Rural Services Network please follow their link below.