St Philips Marsh, Bristol – London based hedge fund, Plutus Energy Ltd is appealing to the Planning Inspectorate to overturn Bristol Council’s rejection of their plan to put 48 large Diesel Generators 200 meters from St Philips Marsh Nursery School. Each engine is at least twice the size of a bus engine – imagine […]
Firstly sorry for the lack of updates, we have been working very hard behind the scenes trawling through the masses of paperwork, Plutus are trying to inundate us under as per their normal technique of attrition.
Sadly the council officers have seen fit to again recommend the granting of this child killing application in spite […]
Heads up people, it looks like Plutus and UKPR are preparing applications again, still waiting for conformation and details but as soon as we know anything it will get posted
According to the Council Planning website Plutus have withdrawn its St Philips and both Lockleaze planning applications for Diesel Powered STOR sites.
As good news as this is, as of 1:30pm today the StWerburghs application for a gas powered STOR station is still pending decision, so we need to keep up the pressure
BBC Points West report by Scott Ellis 01/12/2015
2pm at Colston Hall
Any member of the public or councillor may participate in Public Forum. Please note that the following deadlines will apply in relation to this meeting:
Written questions must be received three clear working days prior to the meeting. For this meeting, this means that your question(s) must be received at the latest by 5pm […]
Ever wondered what these “Short Term Operating Reserve” generators looks like?
They would have us beleive they are small self containd engins in soundproof buildings, here is what they are talking about, this picture while of a site in Africa is almost identical in design and size to those proposed for Bristol, in this picture […]
Please come along and support Bristol’s fight back against dirty energy companies that are part of the Conservative Goverments (STOR) programme. Together we are stronger. Residents Against Dirty Energy Campaign is a collective response from Lawrence Hill, Lockleaze and St Werburghs. The fight back begins now. We look forward to winning with you.
Please share this on facebook and twitter. Please also speak to your friends, family and colleagues. They can help by writing objects as well as helping the community make a real impact on Tuesday’s Full Council.
Lastly, we need to make sure we achieve the following in the next two week.
1) Get as many comments/objections […]