Bristol Civic Society has responded to the second round of consultation on the A4 strategic corridor scheme.
Bristol Civic Society objects to the proposed development on Wapping Wharf North.
The Civic Society has expressed concerns about the loss of employment opportunities in this part of Bristol.
The Civic Society supports the submission made by the Old Market Community Association for the Premier Business Park, Sussex Street, Bristol.
We address five questions that are central to the success of the City Centre Development and Delivery Plan.
We have strongly objected to the planning application for the redevelopment of the Premier Inn, The Haymarket, which is now with Bristol City Council.
We broadly welcome proposals for Three Six Zero, Marlborough Street, including the change of use from office use to student accommodation.
The proposals for this site would add to the ever-increasing accumulation of tall buildings in the city which is eroding Bristol’s very special urban character.
Bristol Civic Society was disappointed with the proposals for this important site. We cannot support the preapplication plans as they stand.
Bristol Civic Society welcomes the Mickleburghs Stokes Croft development proposal but we have concerns about the height and mass of the proposal.
We broadly welcomed the latest proposals for the Raleigh Road development, liking the scale, design and type of houses proposed.
The Society has objected to the proposal to demolish the Premier Inn and to replace it with two residential towers, the highest reaching to 28 storeys.