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Stokes Croft has suffered from poor planning decisions for decades. Whether it be the sell-off of Turbo Island to an advertising hoardings company in the mid 80’s, or permission granted for demolition of the Lakota (a 19th century former malthouse, now a night club), the proposed demolition of Clockwork, or Planning permission being granted for a Tesco Supermarket against the wishes of almost everybody except Tesco, there is a clear need for local people to work to stop these crimes against Stokes Croft , a designated Conservation Area.

If you wish to be part of the PRSC Planning Group,

please contact us.

The Building on the corner of City Road and Stokes Croft (Pictured Above) was demolished in the 1970’s as part of a road widening scheme that was never implemented. The gap space has been rented out by Bristol City Council as an advertising hoarding ever since.

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