Tag Archives: soft play

Soft Play planning decision

The decision is in, and it’s a refusal. The refusal notice and more detailed Officer’s Report can be read on the website, but the summary is this: “Based on the information submitted, it is considered that the harm likely to result from this proposal, including the unjustified loss of an existing occupied industrial unit and …

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Soft Play and Care Home – last minute documents

While I thought everyone had had their say and we were just awaiting the decision on the proposed Soft Play facility on the Sarum Business Park, there have been new documents appearing on the Council website. While the response from Highways says there is no issue with parking, they mention that the quantity of spaces …

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Soft Play controversy film evidence

Following on from all the written comment, how about a video to illustrate some of the objections to the site for the proposed Soft Play facility at Old Sarum? Watch some articulated lorries and fork lifts here!

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Old Sarum Soft Play Controversy

Well things are certainly hotting up in the debate about the proposed Soft Play facility in Old Sarum! Take a look at the planning website and read some of the many representation letters to see what everyone’s so exercised over. Brushing aside a few misconceptions and downright irrelevancies mentioned by some commenters, what it boils …

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Planning – Soft Play update

The recent application for a change of use from light industrial to leisure in order to open a Soft Play facility at Old Sarum has been withdrawn. A new application has been filed, which is essentially the same except for some revisions to the parking provisions and clarification about pedestrian safety, obviously in response to …

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Planning news

Two planning applications have been put in to Wiltshire Council recently that Old Sarum residents should know about. One is for a new soft play facility and the other is for a care home. The soft play would be down the road behind the Land Rover dealership and would also include a climbing wall. Other …

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