Plans for 1,500 Bristol homes at old airport site rejected ...

Plans to build 1,500 homes on the site of a former airport have been rejected.

The development on Hengrove Park in south Bristol would have been the city's largest development in decades.

The proposal was recommended for approval but councillors turned it down at a meeting on Wednesday saying it would be too car dependent and offer too few community facilities.

Bristol City Council said it was disappointed with the decision and was considering its next steps.

Hengrove Park was the city's main airport between the 1930s and 1950s but the 49 hectare (121 acre) site has since become a...

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