Skip to main content

Coronavirus (Covid-19): service updates, support and health advice.

National rules and restrictions during coronavirus can be found on GOV.UK

Due to essential maintenance our online forms, grants system and planning, building control and licensing applications will be unavailable Saturday 19 June from 11am to midday.

Councillors approve Stoke Gifford transport link

This news article was published more than a year ago. Some of the information may no longer be accurate.

Published: 11/09/2013


Members of the council’s Development Control West committee granted planning permission for the Stoke Gifford Transport Link at their meeting on Wednesday.

The mile-long route will run between Parkway North Roundabout and the A4174 Ring Road near the M32 and will include bus lanes, two new bridges and a separate pedestrian and cycle route on its western side.

As well as reducing congestion and enhancing public transport links in the area, the route will play a key role in supporting future economic development in the North Fringe area.

It will also provide a vital link between new housing developments in nearby Harry Stoke, and local employment opportunities and services.

Work on the £14m scheme is scheduled to begin in late 2015, with completion expected in 2017.


Is there anything wrong with this page?