Plans for disability centre in town

PUBLISHED: 19:00 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:34 25 May 2010

A NEW centre for those with learning disabilities could soon open up in the centre of Weston.

A NEW centre for those with learning disabilities could soon open up in the centre of Weston.

Proposals for the residential accommodation and supported housing are due to go before North Somerset Council's west area committee tomorrow (Thurs).

Eleven letters of objection have been submitted against the plans for the Longton Grove Road three-storey property.

They relate to fears of increased noise, lack of parking and effect on the residential nature of the area.

Proposals include creating one care home, with no internal or external alterations to the building.


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