Alan Morris

McArthur’s warehouse

This impressive building has become a dangerous structure. Linden Homes will make a planning application to build a residential development.

The Old Gas Works

The Purifier House East is a Grade II-listed building. The Linden Homes redevelopment converted the ruined buildings into flats and waterside commercial units.

All change at Temple Meads

New business is on its way to Bristol Temple Meads. Network Rail (NR) expects the Government to fund the London line electrification.

Let Parks be Parks

The Living Heart for Bristol has called for more hard-standing space to be provided for events in the central areas, by reducing road space, and to ‘let parks be parks’ to preserve the few green spaces for quieter time out in the city centre.


In 2012, the Government held a public enquiry into the Ashton Vale to Temple Meads Metrobus (AVTM) route. The graphic (above) shows its original one-way, anti-clockwise route.

Bearpit Improvement

The Bearpit Improvement Group (BIG) has been fighting for change in Bristol’s Bearpit (a sunken area at St James Barton Roundabout), since 2010. It’s achieved some great successes along the way.

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