Planning Issues

Land at Home Gardens Redland Hill

Houses in Multiple Occupation

Seawalls cafe and toilets: March 2020 update

Silverthorne Lane: Feb 2020 update.

Silverthorne Lane: Feb 2020 update.

There have been further revisions to this massive scheme on land between Silverthorne Lane and the Feeder Canal. The Society cannot support the height and mass of the proposed residential accommodation.
BRI car park: Second Feb 2020 update

BRI car park: Second Feb 2020 update

A Planning Inspector has refused the Hospital’s appeal against the Council refusal of its planning application to build a new 820-space car park on the site of the Eugene Street flats above Marlborough Street.
Land at Airport Road

Land at Airport Road

The Society supports the Council’s initiative to develop land that it owns beside Airport Road. The development will provide 173 new homes.
Aerial photo of 59-68 Feeder Road

59-68 Feeder Road St. Philips: February 2020 update

The Council has refused this planning application. The Society's objections anticipated many of the reasons for refusal.
Leisure Island: February 2020 update

Leisure Island: February 2020 update

The Council has refused this planning application. The Society's objections anticipated many of the reasons for refusal.
BRI car park: February 2020 update

BRI car park: February 2020 update

A planning Inspector heard UBH's planning appeal on the 21/22 January 2020. We expect a decision in March.
Vauxhall House and Payne’s Shipyard

Vauxhall House and Payne’s Shipyard

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.
New University Library: Feb 2020 update

New University Library: Feb 2020 update

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.
Bonnington Walk

Bonnington Walk

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.
New Temple Meads Campus

New Temple Meads Campus

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.

Planning issues reviewed in the last twelve months