URGENT JUDICIAL REVIEW FUNDRAISING APPEAL
It seems all Bristol agrees Bristol Rovers need a new stadium, but why is only BS7 paying? The imposition of a Goliath supermarket in an out-of town centre, densely residential location contravenes numerous local and national planning policies.
The impact of this supermarket is so severe that TRASHorfield consulted expert planning lawyers on whether the Bristol City Council had acted lawfully. The advice is clear: they did not.
Judicial review is costly. TRASHorfield has raised significant sums to reach this stage. To proceed we now need to look to the wider community to raise further funds.
6,550 of us said ‘NO’ to Sainsbury’s Horfield. This is the last chance we have to try to save our high street, our health and well being from the impacts of this development.
All contributions however large or small will make a big difference to what we can achieve together.
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Account name: TRASH, Sort Code: 089299 Account Number: 65655568
Judicial Review Fund FAQ here
All funds donated will be forwarded and held on account by our solicitors. The TRASH Campaign is fully supported by our elected Bishopston Ward Councillors Daniella Radice, (Green Party) and David Willingham (Liberal Democrat Party).
The campaign is not over!
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS TO READ
The NHS Public Health consultation is now available for all to read on the Development Control website (3 months after it was completed and with just 2 weeks left). Read it here also.
The GVA retail assessment paints a bleak picture of the future for Gloucester Road should this development go ahead. Completed in July 2012 and made available to the public in November. Read it here.