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Transport & place-making

Cumberland Road bus gate

We support the policy of prioritizing public transport, but a convincing case for a bus gate on Cumberland Road has not been made.

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Planning issues

Wapping Wharf North

Pre-application consultations are taking place for proposals to develop the remaining part of the Wapping Wharf redevelopment. The site is between Museum Street and Rope Walk behind M-Shed.

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Planning issues

Bristol Zoo Gardens, Guthrie Road

The Society has made a formal submission in response to the planning application for the redevelopment of the Zoo Gardens. We think it would be better being kept either as an open space or redeveloped for housing.

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Planning issues

Mead Street development brief

We support the principle of the redevelopment of this central brownfield site, but we are concerned about the design, height and liveability of the buildings and the impact they will have on the surrounding area.

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Awards

Design Awards winners: 2022

The Bristol Civic Society Design Awards for 2022 are: the Malthouse, Bristol University Humanities Hub, Redland Court, Hope Rise and The Mount Without.

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Planning issues

Vassall Centre, Fishponds – response to second iteration

The Civic Society’s response to the second iteration of proposals for the Vassall Centre, Fishponds.

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Transport & place-making

Cumberland Road bus gate

We support the policy of prioritizing public transport, but a convincing case for a bus gate on Cumberland Road has not been made.

Read More →
Planning issues

Wapping Wharf North

Pre-application consultations are taking place for proposals to develop the remaining part of the Wapping Wharf redevelopment. The site is between Museum Street and Rope Walk behind M-Shed.

Read More →
Planning issues

Bristol Zoo Gardens, Guthrie Road

The Society has made a formal submission in response to the planning application for the redevelopment of the Zoo Gardens. We think it would be better being kept either as an open space or redeveloped for housing.

Read More →
Planning issues

Mead Street development brief

We support the principle of the redevelopment of this central brownfield site, but we are concerned about the design, height and liveability of the buildings and the impact they will have on the surrounding area.

Read More →
Awards

Design Awards winners: 2022

The Bristol Civic Society Design Awards for 2022 are: the Malthouse, Bristol University Humanities Hub, Redland Court, Hope Rise and The Mount Without.

Read More →
Planning issues

Vassall Centre, Fishponds – response to second iteration

The Civic Society’s response to the second iteration of proposals for the Vassall Centre, Fishponds.

Read More →
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