Another national body speaks up for Parkside Centre.

The 20th Century Society – a national body that campaigns to safeguard British architecture from 1914 onwards – is joining a list of other bodies objecting to the B&NES proposal to demolish the Parkside Children’s Centre to make room for additional cars in the car park that surrounds it. Writing to the local authority Grace […]

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No hope for Children’s Centre?

I hear the fight to prevent the demolition of the Parkside Children’s Centre – to make way for extra parking at the Charlotte Street car park – has hit a bit of a ‘brick wall.’ While people are suggesting it would make an ideal community space – it’s not an idea that goes down well […]

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Speaking up for the Parkside Centre.

Plans to demolish the Parkside Children’s Centre to make way for extra parking at the Charlotte Street Car Park are up for approval on the B&NES planning applications website where regular Roger Houghton has noticed… “… that there is an objection to this application from Adrian Neilson, the Council’s Conservation Officer (see attachment). His reason […]

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