A planning Inspector heard UBH's planning appeal on the 21/22 January 2020. We expect a decision in March.
Between the New Cut and Coronation Road, Crest Nicholson propose to demolish the site to build up to 158 flats with car parking, landscaping, access, infrastructure and a riverside pedestrian path.
The Society supports redevelopment of the Hawthorns and the construction of a new Arts and Social Sciences Library (the Library) but regrets that it cannot support the current scheme.
The Council proposes to build 188 new homes on the south side of Bonnington Walk, Lockleaze. The development will be a mix of private sale and affordable units on, approximately, a 50/50 basis.
The University has outline planning permission for new academic buildings and has now applied for permission for the details of the design. The Society supports the design but has reservations.
The Civic Society supports the current planning application to build a 134-bedroom hotel in a new building which will enhance a broken part of West Street and deliver a retail unit large enough for the convenience store that the area lacks.
The Society has said that the height of this development should not exceed the height of the new development north of the railway. We have alternatively suggested that the height of the northern block is reduced and the ‘lost’ space transferred to the southern block.
A planning committee has approved the latest proposal to redevelop the site of the Bristol Royal Infirmary Old Building in record time, with Councillors thanking officers, consultees and the developers.
In November, a revised planning application 18/06060/LA was submitted for Redcliffe Wharf development. The height of the central building has been increased and the view from Redcliffe Parade is now similar to that of the original scheme.
We The Curious propose to develop a moving observation capsule in the north east corner of Millennium Square. beside the listed, former Cannons Marsh railway goods shed.
The Society strongly supports the Council’s initiative to re-develop vacant suburban sites around the city with higher residential densities. Most of the land the Council owns.
Westworks propose to develop a large site between the River Frome and Pennywell Road. This includes Globe House, a dilapidated building at the centre of the site.
Although the Society strongly supports redevelopment of this triangular space close to Lawrence Hill roundabout, we regret that we cannot support the erection of a new 6-storey perimeter block.
The developer First Base proposes to redevelop the site of the former Gardiner Haskins Homecentre between Old Bread Street and Straight Street, Old Market.
The proposed University of Bristol new library will be located on the site of the current Hawthorns building. The Society continues to support a development of a library on this site but regrets that it cannot support this proposal.
Planning issues reviewed in the last twelve months