A Planning Committee has refused the BRI's planning application for a multi-storey car park.
The proposals for Knowle Broadwalk have generated a large public response which was mainly positive. A planning committee has granted planning permission.
There is a fourth proposal by THAT Group to develop this boarded-up island site in the centre of Clifton Village. Former occupants included WH Smith and Splinter’s Café.
The Society supports the redevelopment of this site which was originally built as the HQ building for the former Somerfield Supermarkets.
Summix Capital proposes to demolish the site to construct a mixed use scheme including 103 affordable co-living accommodation units.
The Society supports the principle of residential development on this site in Little Paradise and Stafford Street but has reservations.
The Society endorses the response of the Old Market Community Association who support a proposal by CTU Partner Limited to build 75 residential apartments in Old Market.
Places for People have outline planning permission to build in 6 blocks to provide office space, 250+ new homes, retail, and small business/workshop space in St Pauls.
In principle, the Society supports the proposals by Ashton Gate Limited and Bristol Sport (the Club) to develop two sites at Ashton Gate.
Planning permission has been granted for the development of this former short terrace of four houses has been Bristol’s longest running ‘building at risk’, blight.
This is a scheme to redevelop the site to provide about 270 new homes in five blocks between 4 and 22 floors. The scheme would also revitalise the tired St. Catherine’s Place shopping arcade;
University Hospitals Bristol has made an outline planning application for permission to demolish its 180-place multi-storey car park above Marlborough Street and to replace it with an 820-place car park.
Unite, who are the current owners of the Charity Universal Building, have not so far proceeded with their appeal against the planning refusal of their first planning application.
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.
Bedminster Green developers have instructed the Bath firm of Nash Partnership to produce a Framework of planning guidance for the development area.
Planning issues archive: since 2014.