Nailsea

Engine lane, Nailsea, Bristol, BS48 4RH
Welcome to our community website supporting our proposals for new homes and public open space on land west of Engine Lane, Nailsea.

Overview

The site extends to 8.4hectares and comprises greenfield undulating land. The site is located adjacent to but beyond the existing western settlement boundary of Nailsea.

A full application was submitted to North Somerset Council in May 2017 and registered under planning reference no. 17/P/1250/F. This can be accessed on the planning portal for further information on the planning application.

The site will consist of 171 homes, with 51 affordable units plotted.

  • Open market units consist of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, both 2 and 2.5 storey
  • Affordable Rented units, consisting of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom dwellings
  • Shared Ownership plots, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms

The application received Resolution to Grant at Planning Committee in December 2017. The S106 legal agreement has now been signed and planning is approved as of March 2021.

About the Site

A wide range of existing services and facilities are located within walking distance of the site, including a Co-operative supermarket, a butcher, Hannah More Infant and Grove Junior Schools and employment opportunities at West End Trading Estate located off Engine Lane.

In addition, the site is within an easy cycle of the centre of Nailsea (approximately 1.6km) which contains a wider range of facilities, Nailsea School (approximately 1.6km), and Nailsea and Backwell railway station (approximately 2.5km). Bus stops along Hannah More Road are located within a level walk of the site access that provide regular services to Nailsea town centre, Nailsea and Backwell railway station, Bristol City Centre, Portishead, Congresbury and Weston super Mare.

The site itself is heavily vegetated to the boundaries and towards the centre which provides landscape and ecological value.

Nailsea - About the site
Engine Lane Nailsea Plans

Our Plans

A full application was submitted to North Somerset Council in May 2017 and registered under planning reference 17/P/1250/F. The application went to the North Somerset  planning committee in November 2017 and where Barratt secured a Resolution to Grant planning permission for the development.

The proposed development will consist of 171 homes, open space, landscaping, sustainable urban drainage, vehicular accesses, pedestrian and cycle accesses, related infrastructure and engineering works. A mix of 1-4 bedroom homes with 30% affordable housing provision.

The S106 agreement has now been signed and planning is approved.

Planning Approved

The S106 agreement was signed 3rd March 2021, and planning is now approved for the development of 171 homes including 51 affordable units.

Application Submitted

A Full application was submitted to North Somerset Council in May 2017 and registered under planning reference 17/P/1250/F. The application went to the North Somerset Planning Committee in November 2017 and where Barratt secured a Resolution to Grant planning permission for the development.

The development will consist of 171 homes, open space, landscaping, sustainable urban drainage, vehicular accesses, pedestrian and cycle accesses, related infrastructure and engineering works. A mix of 1-4 bedroom homes with 30% affordable housing provision.

Q – Who is the local Authority dealing with the application?

A – North Somerset Council

 

Q – Will there be any affordable housing on site?

A – Yes, there are a total of 51 affordable dwellings plotted, 43 Affordable Rent and 8 Shared Ownership plots

 

Q – Do we have a Sales name for the development

A – Yes, it has just been announced. The name for the site will be ‘Parish Brook