Bristol City Council issued a press release (below) on 12th March 2021. No details yet but we anticipate stakeholder consultation in the next couple of months. Potentially this is a very exciting initiative which has the potential to identify a positive way forward for Ashton Court Mansion.
The Prince’s charities to collaborate on community consultation in Bristol.
Two of The Prince of Wales’s core charities – The Prince’s Trust and The Prince’s Foundation – are working with Bristol City Council to support the people of Bristol achieve their vision for an inclusive, sustainable city.
From this Spring, The Prince’s Foundation will lead a community consultation on the future of Ashton Court Mansion, bringing together groups with an active interest in the building as well a wider network of community organisations.
Emily Cherrington, Chief Operating Officer of The Prince’s Foundation, said: “We are really looking forward to working with members of the local communities in Bristol to consider the future of Ashton Court Mansion. The Prince’s Foundation has long believed in the importance of community consultation in the development of beautiful, walkable, mixed-use communities for people to enjoy, and we very much hope to continue this work in Bristol.”