South Bristol Link
Planning application approved
Bristol City and North Somerset councils approved the South Bristol Link planning application In November 2013. This follows on from the approval of the Stoke Gifford Link by South Gloucestershire Council in September and completes another stage of the MetroBus network.
Compulsory Purchase Orders
You can find hard copies of all the documents in the following locations:
- Town Hall, Walliscote Grove Road, Weston-super-Mare
- Castlewood, Tickenham Road, Clevedon
- City Hall, Bristol
- Long Ashton Library, Lovelinch Gardens, Long Ashton
- Bishopsworth Library, Bishopsworth Road, Bristol
- Gatehouse Centre, Hareclive Road, Bristol
The planning application documents (including the full Environmental Statement) can be found through the links below.
You can find the full planning applications and comment online on the North Somerset Council website
What is the South Bristol Link?
The South Bristol Link is a combined road and MetroBus (Rapid Transit) bus route between the A370 Long Ashton bypass and Hengrove Park. The route will include new paths for walking and cycling.
The South Bristol Link connects with the wider MetroBus network and so with the North Fringe to Hengrove and Ashton Vale to Temple Meads routes.