Brislington Meadows

Is an SNCI (site of nature conservation interest) and one of Brislington’s best kept secrets sandwiched between School Road and the Trading Estate with Victory Park to the bottom and Broomhill Rd at the top

The meadows have existed as rare grassland with historic Hedgerows since the enclosure of Brislington common in 1778

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the area under threat is bounded by the red line

Help Save Brislington Meadows – the planning application to build 260 Houses on top of our meadows has now gone live on the council’s website – Objections can now be submitted as soon as possible, either online, by email, or By post

Our handy guide here will help you with ideas and guidance for your objection



by post:

write to Development Management, City Hall, Bristol City Council, PO Box 3399, Bristol, BS1 9NE

What to include in your comment:

your name & address and the date

the application number        22/01878/P

site address        Broom Hill/Brislington Meadows Broomhill Road Bristol BS4 4UD

Want to find out more about the History of the Meadows Development

please take a look at this article by the Bristol Post and follow the links for more and more info

Want to Help the campaign to Save Brislington Meadows

Join the Facebook Page and keep an Eye on the Bristol Tree Forum Planning page for updates

– download and print our poster then stick up in your front window or give to local shops or businesses

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