Digital billboard proposed facing M32

Update: 30th June 2020After 45 objections from the public were received, Bristol City Council have rejected this application. The Notice of Decision states the reasons for refusal were: Harm to amenity.By virtue of increased brightness, prominence, viewing range and resulting increased commercial awareness, the proposed digital advertising display would be harmful to local amenity. This…Continue reading Digital billboard proposed facing M32

Digital billboard proposed for Albert Road junction

Update 7th July 2020At the meeting on Wednesday 10th June, committee members voted to defer this decision and asked Council planning officers to research the statistical impact on accidents by existing billboard screens in Bristol. The decision was deferred for one month until Wednesday 8th July 2020. Update 8th June 2020This application will be considered…Continue reading Digital billboard proposed for Albert Road junction

ADBLOCKED: Digital billboard proposed for Summerhill Road, St George

Update 12th May 2020 This application has been rejected by Bristol City Council for the following reasons: By reason of its size, position, and illumination the proposed digital advertisement would be a distraction to road users at points where they need to take more care, particularly on approach to the signal-controlled pedestrian crossing directly adjacent…Continue reading ADBLOCKED: Digital billboard proposed for Summerhill Road, St George

ADBLOCKED: Digital billboard application near Brandon Hill

UPDATE 6th APRIL 2020This application has been rejected by Bristol City Council.The first reason for refusal was: The proposed advertisement, by virtue of its excessive size, illuminated nature and overall design, prominent siting, form and appearance would represent poor quality, incongruous and visually intrusive street clutter… The second reason for refusal was due to road…Continue reading ADBLOCKED: Digital billboard application near Brandon Hill

Bus stop ad application for Pen Park Road, Southmead

Update 15th April 2020: Bristol City Council have granted permission for this development. Clear Channel have submitted an application to install an old style double sided paper advert unit in a bus stop shelter on Pen Park Road (pictured above). To object to this proposal: Go to the Council’s Planning portal. Search for Ref. 20/00789/AClick “Make a Comment”. You…Continue reading Bus stop ad application for Pen Park Road, Southmead

ADBLOCKED: Another digital billboard for Church Road, St George’s Park

Update 11th May 2020This application has been rejected by Bristol City Council. The officer’s report stated that: The “proposed digital advertisement would have an unacceptable and harmful impact on the visual amenity of the area.” Global have submitted another request to install a new digital billboard at on Church Road, adjacent to St George’s Park….Continue reading ADBLOCKED: Another digital billboard for Church Road, St George’s Park