The Society objects to proposals for the land bounded by Redcliff Street, St Thomas Street and Three Queens Lane, Redcliffe. Of particular concern is the building proposed at the corner of Three Queens Lane and Redcliff Street.
The Society has no objections to the access arrangements for the Longmoor Village development, with all other detailed matters deferred until a later application.
The Society comments on an application for the demolition of the existing buildings immediately to the west of the Ashton Gate Stadium and development of a sports hub, hotel, offices, housing and multi storey car park.
The Civic Society supports proposals for 72 dwellings and commercial space in Easton Road and Lawrence Hill, Old Market, Bristol.
The proposal for the St Mary Le Port site is not an appropriate design response to this sensitive site located in Bristol’s historic core.
Goram Homes has proposed a brownfield development for 120 – 150 homes on land owned by Bristol City Council, a former depot off Dovercourt Rd, Horfield.
The Society agrees that this site offers a good opportunity for housing but we have concerns over the height and design of the proposal and its impact on the neighbourhood.
The Society is concerned with the height of buildings in Dandara’s development on Plot 5, Bedminster Green, which comprises apartments and mixed retail, eating and community uses.
The Society strongly supports the redevelopment of the Lloyds Bank, the Bank of England, and the Norwich Union Buildings site at the west end of Castle Park.
Streetfocus is a useful website with a map showing proposals by developers to create new buildings, change existing sites, and other smaller changes such as tree works.