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South Gloucestershire Council


South Gloucestershire Council has approved plans for a £3.6m renovation of Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre next year.
09-Nov-2015


South Gloucestershire Council has approved outline plans to develop a nature reserve at Wick Quarry, including offices, workshops and up to 80 jobs.
12-Oct-2015


South Gloucestershire Council has approved plans for a new helicopter base in Almondsbury for the National Police Air Service and Great Western Air Ambulance.
08-Jul-2015


South Gloucestershire Council is to consider plans from The Wave to set up a surfing lake on a 40-acre site at Almondsbury.
16-Jan-2014


South Gloucestershire Council is in discussions with Hitachi Rail Europe about the possibility of building a new train depot at Stoke Gifford, with the creation of up to 200 jobs.
21-Jun-2011


South Gloucestershire Council is to consider plans from SITA UK for the development of a 32MW Energy Recovery Centre at Severnside, in order to process up to 400,000 tonnes of waste per year.
14-Dec-2009


South Gloucestershire Council is considering plans to set up seven small wind farms at unidentified council-owned sites.
17-Jul-2008


South Gloucestershire Council is planning to build a £6m leisure centre in Longwell Green.
13-May-2004


South Gloucestershire Council has approved plans for the development of a £1m waste and recycling centre in Kingswood, and SITA will oversee the work.
26-Aug-2003


South Gloucestershire Council is to consider plans from the Cotswold Spring Natural Mineral Water to rebuild its bottling plant at Codrington.
17-Dec-2002


South Gloucestershire Council has approved plans for the development of a £1.2m urology research centre at Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
11-Apr-2002


South Gloucestershire Council is considering plans from Bristol University and London-based Howsmoor Developments for the development of an international science park on a 70-acre site at Emersons Green, which could create 5,000 jobs.
19-Apr-2001