The Civic Society’s response to the second iteration of proposals for the Vassall Centre, Fishponds.
We welcome the development proposed at Dove Lane, St Pauls, but are concerned about the height of the ten-storey block of flats.
We are concerned about the impact proposals for lodges fronting Westbury Park St Christopher’s School will have on this Conservation Area.
We support the principle of redeveloping the former Peugeot site on Clarence Road but we object strongly to a number of aspects of the proposal.
We welcome the redevelopment of Plot 3, Temple Quay and we suggest some lines for improvement.
We comment on North Somerset Council’s Preferred Option, the first draft of the detailed Local Plan.
We comment on the draft ‘Vision for the Western Harbour’. The next step will be taken at the Cabinet meeting in June.
The latest proposal for Globe House in Eugene Street, Old Market is an improvement on earlier schemes but we cannot support it as it stands.
With the spotlight turning towards particulate pollution, the government is consulting on targets which appear much too weak. This article explains the background and encourages you to respond to the consultation.
The Society remains concerned about the neighbourhood impact of proposals for the development of 122 Bath Road and cannot support the revised application.
A design competition for delivering 80 homes organised by Goram Homes and Bristol Housing Festival has been won by Groupwork and McGregor Coxall.
In 2021 a Bristol Civic Society working group was set up to identify heritage assets in the Western Harbour development area. This post has a link to their website.