Members of Salisbury Civic Society paid a return visit to Bristol following the Bristol Civic Society visit to Salisbury last year.
For one weekend a year, Bristol Open Doors allows you see inside buildings old and new across the city.
What do Oxford and Bristol, two seemingly very different cities, have in common? Skylines under threat; insurmountable transport challenges; ugly in-your-face-developments; an expanding student population and a shortage of affordable housing. Quite a lot, it turns out.
The Bristol Civic Society Design Awards were announced by Jonathan Foyle, architectural historian, at a well-attended presentation at The Station.
We’ve changed and we hope you like our new look! The Bristol Civic Society website has had a facelift, the first step in creating a more engaging and interactive experience for our members and supporters.
The panel has shortlisted the following projects for the Bristol Civic Society Design Awards.
On the 23rd May forty plus members of Bristol Civic Society were hosted on their visit to Filton Airfield by YTL Development.
Report on an event on 24th April arranged in response to the many requests we receive from people trying to find out exactly what’s happening with the complex transport initiatives in Bristol.
Twenty Civic Society members were treated to a tour of the Bristol & Bath Science Park at Emersons Green. First, we assembled in the flagship National Composites Centre and were given an introduction to its exciting ambitions.
Ahoy there! It’s 9th January and for 25 Civic Society members, time to board the world’s first iron-hulled, ocean-going, propeller-driven ship. Well, some of us went on board after the tour but the main purpose of our visit was to hear about exciting development plans well under way on the quayside.
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